LADYGUNN premieres Escort’s electrifying ode to Josephine Baker.
Her debut EP, MINT, was just recently released, with stellar tracks like “Young and Rude” to the super-relatable “For Ya,” ABIR has only shown us inklings of what she’s capable of so far.
LADYGUNN talks with Nashville-based band Veridia about their debut album, the premiere of their music video “Numb” and why they’re sometimes labeled as a Christian Rock band.
45 Seconds with LA band Shutups.
I discovered Lost Boy Crow’s music sometime last year, and I’m still confused as to why he isn’t a household name yet, ‘cause his tracks are all super jams. With his debut full-length album “Santa Fe” set to release in early 2019, we’re hoping he’ll somehow keep his air of mystery, yet also get into the ears of literally everyone in the world everywhere.
LADYGUNN talks with Georgi Kay about her brand-new album, a passion project that took her nine years to create.
Captain Cuts is two things, 1) The Music Industry’s best kept secret and 2) three of the silliest dudes in existence. I’ve covered these guys before, and I can’t really understand why they aren’t a household name yet since their level of producing knowledge seems to far exceed anything I’ve heard lately. Plus, how must it feel to walk around in the world saying you wrote “Shut Up and Dance With Me?” — Arguably one of the most successful pop songs of the past five years, so successful I can’t even form a proper-sounding sentence as to how many times platinum this song has gone…
LADYGUNN reviews the self-titled debut EP of New York-based rockers Gnarcissists.