By David Colton: Self, Room 25 Noname slides into the first verse of her debut album like the smooth piano beat has already been stuck in your head for six months. She effortlessly floats across this entire album, lyrically and spiritually.
By Mollie Harrison The second single off of Mac Ayres’ just debuted full-length album Something to Feel, “Get to You Again” is the epitome of the bittersweet R&B anthems the young artist is so well-known for. Although the song at surface level seems to be about reuniting with someone you’ve been missing, Ayres revealed in an […]
Kyren Penrose from The Adaptation talks about the Blues and his future work status – as a happy gas station employee. KCOU’s DJ 13 Gigs interviews the Columbia local during part four of the True/False Miracle Berry Q&A series. See the other interviews here: True/False Miracle Berry Q&A Series: TONINA True/False Miracle Berry Q&A Series: […]
By Elena K. Cruz If 18andCounting could make any animal become the size of a horse, he would choose an ant. “Then they would actually take shit over,” he said. “I would go ahead and put it down that ants would straight up take your house apart.” We spoke to 18andCounting after his show at […]
By Elena K. Cruz We sat down with seven music artists at the True/False Film Festival this weekend and gave them Mberry fruit tablets. Miracle Berries. A whole new drug that can change their world. (Just kidding. Kind of.) These berries, which were compressed into pill-like forms and bought from Amazon, turn sour foods sweet. […]
By Mary Diekmeier Beach House has done it again with this plush, mesmerizing single. They’ve successfully mastered the art of dream pop, and their new track takes the listener to a different place immediately. With steady synth notes underlying a dizzy atmosphere, this song chills you out while captivating your attention at the same time. Add […]