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
Waterville, Ohio-based alternative folk band, Oliver Hazard, recently released their infectious single, "Take me Back". It's a rhythmic, upbeat track reminiscing on the good old days of years now gone. A sort of pastoral awakening to the gentrification, and modernization of rural America.Read More
Winnipeg-born and now Brooklyn-based experimental pop artist Devon Church recently released the whimsical single, "We Are Inextricable". The song contains sensual lyrics that float through heavy themes of romantic obsession, chaotic dysfunction, and the bizarre nature of the human experience.Read More
Today, Daniel Ruiz released his music video "Goodbye Letter From a Loved One" off his new EP, Stories from a Whiskey-soaked Mind.Read More
Demolicious is a soulful throwback of funky songs infused with twangy undertones of cosmic beauty few have heard before.Read More
Jesse Brown is a pianist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is also a father, husband, teacher, and the composer of the Brown's Notes (a series of books for aspiring pianists). His piece "Sadness" encapsulates the emotion of anguish. It's a dramatic stab at a fleeting feeling of mournful gloom. A melancholy reaction to the viciousness of a cold and hard place.Read More
An eclectic collection of Santa Rosa Records’ top ten tracks of 2018.Read More
Lou's longing track "Colours" is yet another late night jam of existential angst and worry. A delectable picture of lost love and the emergence of the wild beast within.Read More
Today, North Carolina-based alternative rockers — Stray Owls — dropped one side of their impending single on Youtube entitled "Billing Luna". The eerie track wrestles with the age old illusion of mortality, only to be silenced by an all too familiar sound.
Electronic French artist Crayon collaborates with Lossapardo on "Pink", an intimate track off his latest experimental EP, Post Blue.
The whimsical nature of this melodic masterpiece will subdue even the hardest of hearts.
Is YouTube’s new music streaming service worth it? Can it stand up to Spotify or Apple Music?Read More
Twenty8 teams up with Dirty Productions to create a surreal and visually dystopian landscape for his unreleased track, Luci.
Two days ago, Barcelona's very own poet of despair dropped his new album, Stories from a Whiskey-Soaked Mind. It's a five track masterpiece doused in a bit of brandy and melodic magnificence.
By infusing a vast array of instruments, both live and digital, the much needed human touch is always present. A living force in the sonic substructure of "Rocket Love".
In the afterglow of independence, the antics of the grind turn most to rem·i·nisce on the golden years of ignorant bliss. A time that glows with nostalgia.
On a micro level we perceive time to be rather stagnant. A steady stream of occurrences—from heartbreak to death—nothing is too little or large for us to pass by. That is, until NGHTMRE & Pell came gliding down the street, sending a ripple through the cosmos and forever mutating the structure of the supposed binary illusion we're experiencing.
Dear Japan is a new project out of Hamburg and California who are still a bit of a mystery. They're somewhere between neon Tokyo lights and a hazy Southern California sunset.