There is a rule, written in insecurity and laziness, that says that the only important voices are the ones that can shout above the rest, and which require no work to be heard. // Post by Misha
070Shake describes her EP as a baptism of glitter. The songs bear out this visual metaphor – dark themes shimmering as they catch the sun for the first time, propelled forward and into the light by Shake’s minimal, driving beats. // Post by Misha
Meet Raveena, NYC’s newest rnb soulstress, here to break your heart and soothe the broken pieces in the same breath. + a guest poem about falling in love, sadly.
LA is a lonely city. Sometimes it feels full of dreams, but sucked dry of passion. Aaron Childs’ soulful, breezy No Hobbies is a reminder to take time for joy. // Post by Misha
Triathalon’s Online is a masterpiece of indie rock in the age of the internet. Hard To Move sets its sights on immobilization; being overworked, underpaid, hustling, holing up to get out of the cold, and loving through the grind. // Post by Misha
My dog died this week. I was at lunch with a friend and my dad left an unexpectedly short voicemail. // Post by Ben
Maria También is Khruangbin’s first single since their breathtaking debut full length, The Universe Smiles Upon You. // Post by Misha
I listened to Shamir’s new album this morning and I felt the love nestled between each fuzzy note. It spoke to me the way I felt spoken to the first time I listened to the Northtown EP. The sound of something urgent, necessary, and healing.
This song is a sauna. The first notes threaten to knock you off your feet, like a wave of dry, … More
If my life was a movie, this would be the song that comes on during the dance montage part. Not … More