Pop princess LIZ talks ruling the world, shopping in Tokyo, and why ’90s bubblegum pop is totally underrated.
Lissie premieres her anthem, “Wild West” exclusively with us today. The song is a powerful ballad that moves the spirit and the mood to greater heights. It’s a song that should easily be considered as a closing song to the Olympics, a song that makes you nostalgic for the bravery and revolt of your youth. […]
If you have had enough of airy, feel good music that makes you sway and sing loudly in the car during a drive, then Astrid S. might not be for you. The Norwegian pop star’s voice twinkles like a shiny object that you gravitate to. She almost sounds like a siren in a tumultuous part […]
photos / Danielle Holbert story / Erica Russell + Koko Ntuen Adia Victoria is the ghost of blues, and rock’n’ roll’s past, present and future. When the tall, dark-haired wonder walks into The Mercury Lounge, all eyes are on her. She walks like someone who you can’t help but see, but doesn’t always want to be […]
When Matt Hitt walks into a room he seems to raise the ceilings. The thin, Welsh born frontman of New York City, indie-rock quartet, Drowners, is equally tall and charming, like the shy sought after character in a John Hughes’ movie. He’s a YSL model and has an accent to boot. The rest of the band stroll in […]
photos / Kristy Benjamin story / Koko Ntuen TOPS took the indie music world by surprise when they released their 2012 debut album, Tender Opposites. The record became a sleeper hit and made them stand-out stars on their label, Arbutus. Their follow up album, 2014’s Picture You Staring, solidified their shoe-gazey, enchanting melodies on record […]
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The NYC duo premieres their glistening, tropical electro-pop jam.