The tone of MARZ LÉON voice reveals a great strength behind the content she delivers. You can repetitively run through the tracks on her Soundcloud page and wouldn’t mind being pulled into her abyss of her love struck melodies hours later. Tracks like “W H I T E L I O N Z,” “HRTBAQ,” and the recently released “ANOMALY” are […]
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To describe this track, it’s a perfect description of the makings of a trapper without the warbled dirty cup rap many try to jack from Future, Migos, etc. Jay IDK, from the DMV area, takes you through his thought process of dealing the same packs or try to work for the bigger pay days. His project SubTrap is due out […]
Article by Julia Cook Think indie pop is all spaced-out synth and hipsters hitting high notes? Think again. Jukebox the Ghost is ready to jolt us awake on their nationwide tour, which kicks off today in Grand Rapids and includes a stop at SXSW, plus an appearance on Conan.
Article by Brittany Rowe Photo by Omitlimitation.com In an attempt to connect with audiences around the world, Maccie Paquette aims to follow through and present in the most honest way possible.
Article by Brittany Rowe The summertime energy coming from this artist initiates a whole new outlook on music and how to polish and produce professionally. This electronic sound dropped over skillfully chopped vocal samples makes Super Magic Hats a “must listen.”
Article by Brittany Rowe If you think a Grammy nomination, or their performance on The Queen Latifah Show allows you to understand Hiatus Kaiyote, you’ve got another thing coming.
Article by Brittany Rowe The trio is back at it again. Don’t for one second think that BRAIDS, the Canadian band from Montreal, has gone ghost on us. The group dwells upon an indie, rock and shoegaze ensemble. Some people are geared to believe that the group is living up to and exceeding the expectations of 90’s bands from the […]
Article by Brittany Rowe The longest debate to hit the streets has to be whether females are slowly but surely taking over the world right? This never ending debate will continue over generations, but Kelela has been one of the female artists out there successfully proving a point.
Article by Elizabeth Compton It is incredibly easy to become enthralled in hype more so than it was ten years ago due to the progression of the internet. Can you recall the last time you were so captivated by a voice that it left you in awe? HAERTS is exactly the dreamy, synth-filled pop sound you have been awaiting.
If R&B was alive and well right now in America, we’d say there is a 75% chance it would sound like Audego. The self-described electronic duo from Melbourne, Australia would be a blessing to the ears of a person exhausted of being put through the pain of everyday “pop hits.”