Hollow Twin is an intensely dark folk-rock band based out of Vancouver, BC. The group is fronted by Emmalee Watts and Becky Wosk who discovered common ground between their love for classic rock and other things now dead.Read More
The Akai MPK Mini MKII — Limited Edition in white easily fits into a backpack and seems to be quite durable after playing on mine for the past year. It’s powered by USB — and is full of all the features one would need to bring your musical ideas to life. The keyboard controller is equipped with 25-synth-action mini-keys, 8 velocity-sensitive rubber drum pads with two banks, and eight assignable control knobs — look no further than the MPK mini MKII, and for only $99, this midi controller is a steal.Read More
Yesterday, Digitalia Records Released their Limited Edition Scratch 'N Sniff Shampoo Banana CD Single. The limited edition CD can be directly purchased via Digitalia Records’ Discogs store.Read More
Lew Phillips — a classic rock and roller from Canada — is a masterful conglomeration of American and British Rock and Pop music from the ‘50s and ‘60s. “Shake Baby Shake” is a track off Phillips’ recently released Shake Music — a nostalgic album infused with rockabilly undertones and vibrations from an era now dead and gone.Read More
Shampoo Banana is a relaxed work of vintage pop art that seems to be falling through a window of an iridescent soundscape and into an avante garde illusion of a nostalgic postmodern noir. The track is infested with tropical undertones that seem to take form as the rhythmic instrumentation bounces between a corridor of world music.
Cubgod’s “Wearing What I Want” is anchored down by a heavy bass-line — and held up by smooth vocals that seem to glide along the dark soundscape like a nocturnal spider monkey smearing its essence across the translucent skies.Read More
Social media has slowly become an integral part of our life, and you should be using this fact to your advantage.Read More
Domiciles fresh take on a vintage southwestern sound embodies a piece of the post-modern movement — converging with garage rock and space rock via experimental methods, to create an original texture of authenticity.Read More
Vincent just released his most delectable work to date, his EP, There is No Line — a project dripping with misinformation, simulation theories, drum machines, conspiracies, and lacking in harmonic dissonance. It’s a modern take on Beatlesque melodies and indie psych-pop. A wonderful trip to behold.Read More
Lukka’s eclectic aura of vintage vocals and iridescent soundscapes transports one to a place far from the worries and angst of our translucent reality.Read More
Transmitting from somewhere in Los Angeles, CA — The Royal Palms lull us into a timeless sleepy slow dance with their new track, “Summer Girl“.Read More
“Mind Body Soul Music“ by LA-based artist NVDES is an intense track from the Jungle of a metropolitan wasteland. An homage to an era now gone. A sort of gyrating masterpiece of authentic movement and frantic desperation set to the colorful world of NVDES.Read More
“Cologne Was Coming Down From The Moon“ is a classic folk tale of poignant story-telling. A labyrinth of shallow faces looking through the window glass — lost and wandering the unknowable.Read More
On September 18th, 2018 — Brother Toaster released Chucky on cassette, on the independent label, Santa Rosa Records. Chucky is an ornate reflection of a wandering mind lost in the chaos of a mad world.
On September 16th, 2018 — Austin, Texas singer-songwriter Brandon Luedtke released “Morning Light" on cassette, on the independent label, Santa Rosa Records.
The first and very most important step in becoming an artist, or anything for that matter, is the conception of a dream.Read More
Two years ago, I stopped my thumb on my phone screen, dragged down a few centimeters and took a second look at the National’s Instagram post about a weekend of music at Funkhaus in Berlin. A university friend had recently moved there, so I instinctively messaged her asking for a place to crash. She complied. I didn't know it yet, but this weekend would forever change the way I perceived music.Read More
Sometimes less is more. And “Take Me, Too” is no exception. The stripped down soundscape is a primitive homage to the classic ballad. An iridescent throwback to a simpler time.Read More
Alternative underground bedroom slack-rocker Jealouspainter lays down some existential truth with the very cool "Giant Hands" — a radical track off her new grunge-folk album, Wired & Tired. It's a lackadaisical jam worthy of a righteous slow burner. Now, listen and dig.Read More
Hip-hop seems to be splintering off into a fragmented realm of dark times. However, there are still warriors who roam the streets at night, laying down the truth, wielding the torch and showing the way down the righteous path.Read More