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Victoria Reed: Nothing To Lose

Victoria Reed: Nothing To Lose

One spring evening four years ago, Victoria Reed played her cards right. Sitting on the bed in her apartment in Chicago’s Wicker Park, she shuffled her tarot deck and laid out her life: For her present, she pulled the Death card—“and it felt spot on,” she says. A philosophy major at DePaul University, she had […]

Kylie Odetta: Can’t Erase It

Kylie Odetta: Can’t Erase It

Kylie Odetta, a masterful singer/songwriter has been called an old soul and penned over 200 songs. Her music is playful, powerful and soulful. Kylie O’s southern roots make for a unique twist in her vocal character as she emits an iconic sound that is both refreshing and original and emotional. You might call her an […]

Tom Misch & Carmody: Easy Love

Tom Misch & Carmody: Easy Love

If the name Tom Misch isn’t immediately ringing any bells for you, the chances are you won’t be in the dark for too much longer. The 20-year- old producer in August 2015 dropped ‘Beat Tape 2’, a collection of songs and beat sketches he put together in the first half of that year, and he […]

Lauren Ruth Ward: Burden

Lauren Ruth Ward: Burden

A Baltimore MD native, Lauren Ruth Ward is raw fortitude at its most vulnerable state. Making music since 2011, Lauren Ruth Ward was recognized on Youtube for her collection of covers totaling over 1 million hits. After capturing the attention of labels such as Warner Bros Records and Sony, she moved to Los Angeles CA. […]

The Flavr Blue: Supply

The Flavr Blue: Supply

After a summer of major milestones, the Seattle-based trio the Flavr Blue is about to deliver their most anticipated release yet: The Love Notes EP, a collection that marries the group’s crackling energy with a soulful musical wisdom inherited from influences ranging from Cut Copy and Miike Snow to Feist and Sade. Within just this […]

Feels: If You'd Meet Me Tonight

Feels: If You’d Meet Me Tonight

Feels is a Helsinki-based electro-pop group led by singer and songwriter Sofi Meronen, keyboardist Mikael Myrskog and producer Jooel Jons. Their first EP is due to be released early 2016 with two singles already on air. FEELS describe their music as epic, gripping and toned with northern melancholy. “If You’d Meet Me Tonight” is the […]

The Dandy Warhols: You Are Killing Me

The Dandy Warhols: You Are Killing Me

The Dandy Warhols are an alternative rock band hailing from Portland, Oregon, USA who formed in 1994. The band are as well known for hits like “Bohemian Like You” and “We Used To Be Friends” as they are for their appearance in the controversial rock documentary “Dig!”. The Dandy Warhols’ continued existence must be a […]

Eryn Allen Kane: How Many Times

Eryn Allen Kane: How Many Times

Chicago-based artist Eryn Allen Kane has been slowly making noise on the music scene—she’s put in work with everyone from Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment, Towkio, Saba, and more, so far. The approach is very minimalistic, and serves the main instrument in the best of ways. Her stunning voice, won’t leave you un-phased. […]

Desperate Journalis

Desperate Journalist: Leave Home

Desperate Journalist are two boys and two girls who live in North London. They consist of Jo Bevan (vocals), Simon Drowner (bass), Rob Hardy (guitar) and Caz Hellbent (drums). Lured together by fate and a fierce sense of what makes alternative music actually really bloody alternative they started their journey at the local Negative Creep […]

Bleached: Keep On Keepin’ On

California power/punk pop trio Bleached have announced the follow-up to their 2013 debut LP, Ride Your Heart. Entitled Welcome the Worms, the new record was produced by Joe Chiccarelli (Morrissey, The Strokes, Spoon) and is set for an April 1st release via Dead Oceans. If lead single “Keep On Keepin’ On” is any indication, the […]

Calma Carmona: Who Knows

The product of a nomadic existence, Calma Carmona‘s musical background is as varied as the different cities where she lived and grew up. After seeing the world, she absorbed the aspects that appealed to her sensibilities and took the road that led her to the stage of Café Seda in Old San Juan in 2007. […]

Nola Adé: Love

Nola Adé: Love

The trendy thing in R&B/Soul is to be emo, with slickly overproduced songs heavy with dark, coarse, moody, and often, quite frankly, depressing lyrics over synthetic sounds. We’re informed that somehow this malnourishment is “keeping it real.” In truth, sometimes what’s keeping it the realest is a ray of un-ironic optimism, an unfaltering faith in […]