Albums

Faust: j US t

Krautrock; it’s a word not too many people can honestly say they know. It’s experimental, psychedelic, progressive, jazzy, and electronic. It’s a niche genre, and not too many newer bands are willing to div...

Robin Bacior: Water Dreams

Some people find drowning to be one of the most horrific deaths imaginable. Some can interpret it as an artistic interpretation. One might be a bit morbid compared to the other, but both are profound analys...

Loveskills: Pure

Already a known DJ and producer-songwriter out of Brooklyn, Richard Spitzer, the one-man talent behind Loveskills, continues to forge his path with his latest EP, Pure, released Nov. 4. His latest release s...

Autumn In June: Autumn In June

Everything about Autumn In June is refreshing and genuine. Even the name holds value, acting as a symbol of his feelings of disconnect and uncompromising individualism. His debut, self-entitled album does t...

Mackenzie Shivers: Neverland

Mackenzie Shivers has lived with music practically all of her life; she began playing piano when she was four and was a singer-songwriter by the age of five. Moving from her hometown of Tampa, Florida, to N...

Marketa Irglova: MUNA

The singer-songwriter formula is a tried and true one; take a poet and give them a guitar or piano, and you’ll have yourself the new indie bestseller. This isn’t the case for Czech artist Markéta Irglová, t...
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