Boy In Space releases latest single “u n eye”

Boy In Space (Robin Lundbäck) has released his latest single, “u n eye.”  The infectious, R&B-infused pop gem combines the artist’s signature falsetto with a tropical house beat that’s as magnetic as it is majestic, and it will definitely get stuck in your head for days.  “u n eye” is Continue Reading

Magdalena Bay release new EP ‘A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling’ and new single “Story”

Rising indie-pop savants Magdalena Bay have released their eight-track EP A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling via Luminelle Recordings.  Detailing experiences from the past two years, the album unites Magdalena Bay’s recent string of flawless, indie-pop gems and adds two brand-new tracks to their prolific catalogue.  Capping off their Continue Reading

MAKESHIFT premieres their new music video for “What’s Left Of Me”

Long Island quartet MAKESHIFT will return with their fourth record Remember The Feeling on 3/13, but today you can watch a music video for the single “What’s Left of Me.”  The new track is a punk/alt-rock blend of seismic chords progressions, brawny vocals and driving melodies that would make them Continue Reading

Pussy Riot to embark on North American tour, to play massive New York City show

Many people know of the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot through video footage of their demonstrations and protests against the Russian government. Just before the new year, the punk group announced that they will be embarking on a North American headlining tour this spring. Starting on March 13 in Continue Reading

Magdalena Bay release their latest single and lyric video for “Airplane”

Rising indie-pop prodigies Magdalena Bay have released their latest single “Airplane” from their upcoming EP A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling out March 13 via Luminelle Recordings. The track glistens with the bittersweet heartbreak of leaving someone behind on the tarmac as your life takes off.  Recently making the face Continue Reading

Them Vibes release ‘Why The Funk Not’ EP

Retro rock-n-roll band Them Vibes have just released their feel good five-song EP titled, Why The Funk Not.  Frontman Brother Love says the collection of tracks is designed, quoting Keith Richards, “to put the roll back into rock…to get people up and dancing.”  “We just began writing songs that naturally came out Continue Reading

Lowen releases her new single and video for “Just Fucking Let Me Love You”

To understand the artist Lowen is to understand transformation – one that has been slow, beautiful, and a little bit rough around the edges, in more ways than one.  Gaining notoriety touring throughout North America, Emily Kopp often felt hopeless and lost in the industry.  After a brief hiatus filled Continue Reading

Yoshi Flower releases new video for “7 Days”

LA artist Josh Smith, who goes by the name Yoshi Flower, exploded onto the scene in March of 2018 with his debut track “Movies”, having since released tracks “Just On Drugs”, “Woke” and “Brown Paper Bag”, to name a few.  Originally from Detroit, Smith was a member of the “cosmic Continue Reading

Giants Chair release new single and video for “Kids Running” from upcoming album

Influential 90’s midwestern emo band Giants Chair is back after a 23-year absence. A new album, Prefabylon will be released on December 6 via Spartan Records and a music video for the new song “Kids Running” debuted recently.  A literal deep dive into their video archives, the clip consists of footage Continue Reading

Emarosa release latest single “Ready To Love”

Los Angeles based alternative pop/rock band Emarosa have released their latest track “Ready To Love,” a song that frontman Bradley Walden told Billboard is about “that bite that’s too hot. You know it’ll hurt, you know it’s not ready, but it takes the pain to learn your lesson”.  Their first Continue Reading

Third Eye Blind release “Screamer”, to embark on headlining tour with Smallpools

Third Eye Blind, the iconic rock band from San Francisco, California, released their sixth studio album Screamer earlier this month. The album, which Pitchfork touted as a hefty 6.9 sees the band push their limits into more radio friendly pop-rock while still grasping tightly to their well known lyrical themes. With Continue Reading