Playboys is a quick tour de force. At times the songs take on a punk edge, elsewhere they feel plucked in time from the alt-y cusp of 1989. Listen to The Fontaines new Playboys EP here ahead of its release this Friday. // Post by Misha
New single examining masculine aggression from experimental synth-popstress Rainbow Chan & my thoughts on Blade Runner 2049. // Post by Misha
What if Icona Pop had a baby with 70s punk and then that baby grew up to be a snotty teenager who ran away from home at the age of 16 // Post by Misha
This new Playgirls EP from my friends The Fontaines has a little bit of all the things that keep me sane in moments like these and I’m honored to be premiering it for them today. // Post by Misha
With my limited comprehension of Spanish, I have this breathless sense of near understanding in the songs – the way poetry often inspires emotions just out of reach of the rational.
For a group characterized by various forms of musical and personal ambiguity, NVDES‘ latest single seems, well, pretty self-explanatory. Their … More
As Fall descends in Los Angeles I find myself waking up earlier and earlier, trying to capture the few moments … More
The Schtum EP from UK five-piece Lunacre plays like the soundtrack to a dream.
IYES – Gone This track feels like a bunch of my favorite songs mashed together into one cohesive, very fun … More