By Owen Brock With blends of R&B and contemporary electronic flow, Kelela truly delivers in “Blue Light.” Filled with contrasting rhythms, it is the tenth track on the artist’s newest album, Take Me Apart. Her use of combination and juxtaposition of style in the album is apparent all the way, prompting listeners to dance in […]
By Lena Howard If sexy and seduction were a person, it would be Sabrina Claudio. Her latest project, About Time, blesses us with tracks that make you want to fall in love. She brings a fresh and beautiful sound to R&B that we’ve been missing for a while.
By Adam DeGuire Gothic rock staple and heavy riff aficionado Chelsea Wolfe is back with her new album, Hiss Spun, out now on Sargent House Records. Kicking off with semi-titular track “Spun”, Chelsea brings her best falsettos to light amid fuzzy, dangerously overdriven guitar licks, all washed into a deep sea of reverb. “Spun” is […]
By Bently Tong This new band from Michigan broke out with their first EP and the song of the same title. For the first time ever, there’s a band that can match the sound of Led Zeppelin. From the classic guitar riffs, the change in pace of the song and Josh Kiszka’s vocals that have […]
By Ben Luty Ex-Weezer bassist Matt Sharp’s band The Rentals released a song lamenting that he is older than Elon Musk and has wasted his life. He references “having the lead” over Musk in 1995, following the huge success of Weezer and release of The Rental’s debut album. This song is way cooler than anything […]
By Elizabeth Ustinov In Your Eyes features the silky vocals of soul singer Charlotte Day Wilson. Combined with BadBadNotGood’s jazz-influenced R&B style, this track creates a serene atmosphere that’s perfect for late-night listening.
By Mollie Harrison Step Aside opens Good Morning’s gorgeous new two-track with a clean, catchy guitar riff that immediately had me vibing along to the smooth vocals. The Melbourne duo manage to maintain the tune’s effortless and breezy vibe while also making some slyly barbed commentary on Australian politics. I dare you to try to listen […]
By Jarrod Russo With tact and style, Curtis Harding has yet again artfully showcased his exemplary skills in modern soul through his new song Go As You Are. Harding’s sound in his new song has a fast, jazzy tune, utilizing an echoing guitar and catchy bass line over which his powerful, yet soothing voice sings. If […]
By Will Udo Rich the Kid previews a new single over an electric uptempo styled beat with a more than catchy melody. The record is also accompanied with more bar-tales of Corn-Row Kenny and his endless & almost unstoppable global milly-rock take over. Playing this song on any block or on any hour on the clock will […]