REVIEW: Wonder Lust by Cincinnati’s New Sincerity Works

New Sincerity Works brings prowess to their music, just as you'd expect a band with imminent wisdom and experience would. Cincinnati's own indie pop, Americana group are no strangers to playing music. They've been in the game decades longer than most of us. The sextet have a light hearted approach to music. One that many … Continue reading REVIEW: Wonder Lust by Cincinnati’s New Sincerity Works

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TODAY’S SONG: JAY SOM’S “PIROUETTE” INTRODUCES US TO HER PERSONAL MUSINGS

Melina Duterte, better known as Jay Som, is Bay Area’s bedroom pop princess. She got her start during the age old MySpace days by sharing extremely personal songs onto her social media profile in middle school. After cycling through many different monikers, Duterte settled on the pseudonym Jay Som. In 2016 Jay Som released the songs … Continue reading TODAY’S SONG: JAY SOM’S “PIROUETTE” INTRODUCES US TO HER PERSONAL MUSINGS

Oddnote Releases Their Debut Self-titled Album

Although it may seem nearly impossible, Oddnote is less than a year old. The Nashville newcomers recently released their debut self-titled album mid January. Considering this is Oddnote's first ever release and their young age, it's an extremely successful debut. Oddnote draws obvious influence from the likes of grunge outcasts, Nirvana. At times their sound … Continue reading Oddnote Releases Their Debut Self-titled Album

VIDEO PREMIERE: Eric Anders “Looking Forward to Your Fall” – An Ode to Donald Trump

Over a year ago Donald Trump was inaugurated into the Oval Office, to the dismay of many. His presidency over the last year has brought an uprooting of protests, political and civil unrest within the country, and a rise in hate crimes. America is seeing an unbelievable amount of turmoil plaguing the country. There has … Continue reading VIDEO PREMIERE: Eric Anders “Looking Forward to Your Fall” – An Ode to Donald Trump

Introducing The Debut LP From Ben Brookes, The Motor Car & The Weather Balloon

Portsmouth is situated on the south coast of England. The coastal city was singer-songwriter Ben Brookes place of birth. The British born singer recently released his debut LP, The Motor Car and the Weather Balloon, at the end of November. Brookes was picked up by a new Minneapolis-based label, Martin-Guild. He flew to the U.S. … Continue reading Introducing The Debut LP From Ben Brookes, The Motor Car & The Weather Balloon

Exploring If All the World Were Right by Andrew Reed

If All the World Were Right is Andrew Reed's fifth studio album. Reed is hardly a fresh face in the music industry. The Asheville resident has not only created his own music, but he has also produced a number of critically acclaimed albums. The question is, does If All the World Were Right hold a … Continue reading Exploring If All the World Were Right by Andrew Reed

TODAY’S SONG: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Reimagine Lyrical Structure with French Press

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, also known as Rolling Blackouts C.F., are in ten months deep since the quintet’s release of their March 2017 EP, The French Press. Rolling Blackouts C.F. had merely been a staple of Melbourne’s indie underground with their debut EP, Talk Tight. After gaining some radio-play with the release, they caught the … Continue reading TODAY’S SONG: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Reimagine Lyrical Structure with French Press

OUR TAKE: CATCHY POP MEETS ’60S BRIT ROCK ON WARBLY JETS’ DEBUT

Warbly Jets are a new and promising power rock band based in LA: They emerged onto the scene with plenty of press and a number of tours before they had released an album, everything happening within what seemed like the blink of an eye. Luckily, Warbly Jets are finished teasing us with mere singles: The … Continue reading OUR TAKE: CATCHY POP MEETS ’60S BRIT ROCK ON WARBLY JETS’ DEBUT

REVIEW: HOLD STILL

In the era of social media, it is not uncommon to follow musicians you admire and the photographers who take their on- and off-stage photographs. A lifestyle photographer with ample talented musician friends, Jenna Putnam often finds herself snapping shots of bands mid-tour or behind the scenes, along with the occasional performance picture. Her film … Continue reading REVIEW: HOLD STILL

Autumn In This City

New York has experienced one of the most incredible and somewhat troublesome Indian Summers this Autumn. But finally, as a little reminder of what North East fall's have been in years past, today is gloomy. Dark grey clouds shield the sun, yellow leaves fall from white birch trees, and a misting of rain dampens the … Continue reading Autumn In This City