When the 8-piece band takes the stage they are all clad in neon raincoats and glitter; they carry tambourines with rainbow streamers, looking like cosmic explorers in a universe raining highlighter ink and 8-bit unicorns // Post by Misha
Loz Keystone’s debut album, To Feel Love, is a shimmering, jagged document of grief and forgetting. // Post by Misha
Tei Shi’s performance makes use of negative space – like the shadow of Britney Spears produced by The XX. // Post by Misha
Rare Feeling marries the yearning of youth with an aged warmth – something you want to sip slowly, something to make a hard world soft at the edges. // Post by Misha
I’ve recently fallen in love with perfectly matched two-piece acts like Diet Cig. These two beacons just seem meant to make magic together – their personality shines bright, intimately unafraid and inspiring.
Photo credit: Chris Molina. More photos and words here. I was fortunate enough to see the 90s alt-rock legends Garbage at … More
As Fall descends in Los Angeles I find myself waking up earlier and earlier, trying to capture the few moments … More
Although D.D Dumbo (a.k.a. Oliver Hugh Perry) frequently invokes the ocean across his music, you won’t find any of the romantic gentle-waves-and-walks-on-the-beach … More
The Schtum EP from UK five-piece Lunacre plays like the soundtrack to a dream.
It seems entirely possible that brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari (collectively French Horn Rebellion) have singlehandedly made French horns cooler than they’ve ever been in all of musical history.