Loma’s richly instrumented third single explores both the soaring highs and smothering fear of pursuing joy. // Post by Misha
Do you wish there were more best-of-2017 lists for you to pore over? More lists that actually waited for the year to be done to make their selections, letting thoughts percolate for maximum poetic impact? Then look no further! Ben’s 2017 picks are here.
A list of songs we loved this year & reflections in haiku. (Part 1 of 2)
A list of songs we loved this year & reflections in haiku. (Part 2 of 2)
It feels like Lando Chill is at first whispering in your ear and then suddenly brandishing his incredible voice, crooning about the ails of loneliness, asking you to alter his relationship status to taken // Post by Ben
Stanley’s self titled album is wistful and adventuresome, abounding with noodly pop guitar riffs and a blurry vintage sensibility that covers every song in deep red velvet.
Shilpa Ray answers our questions about the collisions of politics, commercialism, New York City, business, and art – intersections deftly soundtracked by her new album, Door Girl // Post by Misha
hey so this how you can make a classic hip hop track utilizing all the alpha dominant boastfulness of the genre while at the same time lifting up the women who inspired and helped you along the way. // post by misha
“And then one student said that happiness is what happens when you go to bed on the hottest night of the summer, a night so hot you can’t even wear a tee-shirt and you sleep on top of the sheets instead of under them”… // Post by Misha
A self-assured gem from The Weather Station, and a new poem, ‘i’m not like those punk rock kids’ // Post by Misha