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‘Sweat’ With Bad’s New Single To Get In Shape For Summer

New York's duo BAD is hitting every work out playlist in the ethers with their latest single 'Sweat.' A sensational groove bringing back the funk, this excitable throwback was inspired by a 90s Barbie aesthetic. Lizzo and Prince are called to mind in what is...

Interview with Imperial Triumphant: Masks confronting Music

Imperial Triumphant are the sound of the metropolis. New York's new kind of black metal. This avant-garde darkness takes human form in the trio of Zachary Ilya Erzin (lead vocals/guitar), Kenny Grohowski (drums) and Steve Blanco (backing vocals/bass), and since their formation, the band has carefully cultivated...

Steve Davit is moving us with “Forward”

Steve Davit is showing some serious groove with "Forward" his debut single. The track is instrumental, but the sax more than makes up for any vocals that any of you out there might think are "necessary". "Forwards"  has that vibe that you only seem to find...

the hours strange

/The Hours Strange debuts with “Ain’t Love Grand?” EP

Pop Noir Electronica duo /The Hours Strange  are is Miami based project captivating one by one the hearts of their audiences. Their mantra of ‘Love. Sex. Obsession. Absence. Art.’ is a rather accurate description of their music, lyrics, and presence. Faithful to their penchant for narrative and...

BELLFLOWER – “Baby”

BELLFLOWER, led by singer-songwriter Em Pompa, is an octet of soulful and ingenious musicians from Montreal, Canada. Their sound is dense, intricate and tastefully layered -- “Baby” in particular is passionate and emotive, and fluctuates between Pompa’s enchanting vocals and explosive yet controlled rhythms. What...

Scaphoid – “Macroburst”

Just as the track's name "Macroburst" might suggest, this is an intelligent song. An interesting and mind wandering musical trip, all acoustic. Described as "Ambient progressive instrumental rock" I personally feel it reminds me a lot of the new wave of Djent or jazz infused instrumental...

Belly of Paris – “Aristide’s Entry into Paris”

This is one of those cases in which you hear the music and you ask anyone and everyone "What is this? This is great!" Well, in this case the band is called Belly of Paris. Some will immediately notice a singing style similar to that...