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Sorority Noise Come Down From 11 on Elegiac EP, ‘It Kindly Stopped for Me’

On a day off last summer in Redwood National Park, Sorority Noise singer-guitarist Cam Boucher received a piece of disturbing news: A close friend had commit suicide. When…
Natalie Caamano / April 22, 2016

Electronic Duo WEVAL Win ‘The Battle’ of Balance

The Amsterdam-based electronic duo WEVAL, composed of Harm Coolen and Merijn Scholte Albers, have planted their sonic seeds here and there without releasing a proper…
Natalie Caamano / April 22, 2016

Lisa Prank Knows ‘Luv Is Dumb’ and Embraces It

There’s a certain charm to being shamelessly honest and Robin Edwards, a.k.a. Lisa Prank, continues to demonstrate that knack in her newest single, "Luv Is…
Natalie Caamano / April 18, 2016

Watch Father John Misty Cover His ‘Favorite Love Song,’ Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Closer’

Last night at Chicago's Riviera Theater, Father John Misty added yet another cover to his spring tour. The folk singer-songwriter introduced the rendition by saying, "It's…
Natalie Caamano / April 15, 2016

The Front Bottoms Get Comfortable With ‘Cough It Out’ Live Video

"It was all very punk rock," explains Brian Sella, singer and guitarist for the Front Bottoms. He’s referring to their self-booked, bedroom-recorded, basement-playing days, but…
Natalie Caamano / April 6, 2016

Adrian Quesada Leaps Ahead with ‘Staring at the Ceiling’ as the Echocentrics

Once a member of the nine-piece, Grammy-winning Grupo Fantasma, Adrian Quesada has set apart his work in bands and by himself. The Austin-based virtuoso has accompanied Prince…
Natalie Caamano / March 31, 2016

Chris Cohen Creates a Dreamscape ‘In a Fable’

Chris Cohen, psychedelic-pop virtuoso, is picking up where he left off in 2012 with his solo debut, Overgrown Path. Earlier this month, the LA-born, California-based experimentalist shared…
Natalie Caamano / March 28, 2016

Jay Arner Yearns for 20/20 Vision on ‘Crystal Ball’

Vancouver, British Columbia’s Jay Arner knows how to rein in his apprehensions: with sun-baked glam rock. Arner lets us in on his concerns with "Crystal…
Natalie Caamano / March 21, 2016

Starchild & the New Romantic Channels Prince on Diaphanous ‘Crucial’ EP

Bryndon Cook has quite the résumé. He’s been a touring guitarist for acts like Solange, Chairlift, and Blood Orange, and now he's launching Starchild & The New…
Natalie Caamano / March 16, 2016

Koi Child Share Their Long-Awaited, Free-Jazzy Debut LP

For a group with no official releases, Koi Child has been thriving for the past two years. After garnering the attention of Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker,…
Natalie Caamano / March 14, 2016

Steve Angello’s ‘Prisoner’ Enters the Race as Sixth Video From ‘Wild Youth’

Electronic maestro Steve Angello has a taste for the cinematic and is hungry for more; the 33-year-old is releasing a sixth music video for his…
Natalie Caamano / March 11, 2016

L/O/O/N Enters the Electronic Realm with Self-Titled Debut Full-Length

Producer Mikael Kanstad hails from Tromø, the techno capital of Norway, and has a history of heavy metal guitar tendencies. Ready to leave strings behind,…
Natalie Caamano / March 10, 2016

Composer Zach Cooper Meshes His Past and Present in ‘The Sentence’

If you could compare the creation of Boyhood to a record, it would be Zach Cooper’s The Sentence. The North Carolina-based composer shares his life story…
Natalie Caamano / March 7, 2016

Orphx Turn the ‘Lights Out’ in Dusky Remix of Essaie Pas

The Montreal-based couple Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau are partners in life and music; though they sometimes venture away from one another to record solo…
Natalie Caamano / March 4, 2016

Shannon and the Clams, Holy Wave Cover the Beach Boys on ‘A Tribute to “Pet Sounds”‘

This year marks 50 years since the Beach Boys released their iconic Pet Sounds in 1966. In January, the beloved Brian Wilson announced a 50th Anniversary…
Natalie Caamano / March 2, 2016

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