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Lauria

Lauria – “Losing Me”

By: Loren Sperry Like an open journal, Montreal’s Lauria is unfolding her emotions in the peculiarly pleasant “Losing Me.” Set upon a strangely hypnotic music bed, the Canadian songstress propels at first, a mundane, run-of-the-mill music offering into a bright and charismatic song debut. This pop-R&B-flavored song is a worthy...

Erick-Blu

From That Summer (Vol.1) Compilation – Victorious by Erick Blu

By: John McCall Some songs are simple. Some songs don’t take a lot of brain power to process and understand the overall narrative behind them. More frequently than anyone wants to admit, often pop songs are just jingles wrapped up like artistic, original tracks that were crafted...

Louise Lemon

Louise Lemón – “Thirst”

By: Olivia McAuley Interwoven between her ethereal phonics, Swedish musician Louise Lemón injects an edge of darkness to the single "Thirst", taken from her debut album Purge. The Swedish born artist’s enchanting voice and the heavy use of reverb manages to manifest visuals of a Scandinavian landscape,...

The Color Forty Nine

By James Olsen The Color Forty Nine are a group with much to describe about on their first release. Front man, Phil Beaumont, for instance plays the bass but finds a baritone ukulele much easier to travel with, making it the first album that way. Matt Resovich plays...

Lusitanian Ghosts’ are back

By: John McCall Like a cascading waterfall moving in slow motion before our eyes, a light strumming guides us into the verse “You know we may have sailed the world, that was a long time ago, and all our history shows us… how fleeting is this...

PHOSPHENES shares new album, Find Us Where We’re Hiding

By: John McCall Harry Starbuck and Julee Bee’s pairing as the band PHOSPHENES has released one of the most intelligent debuts in recent memory with their full length Find Us Where We’re Hiding. The eleven song collection is a mix of electronica, piano, pop, ambient, and...

Conor Gains

Conor Gains – Compass

By: John McCall James Brown once said, “When I'm on stage, I'm trying to do one thing: bring people joy. Just like church does. People don't go to church to find trouble, they go there to lose it.” What makes music as transcendental as religion? It...

Sleepy Zuhoski – Better Haze

By: John McCall The album title and cover might make this seem like some alt rock/indie rock collection crossed with a meaningful dose of Americana and that’s definitely part of the story. Labels ultimately fall away, however, and what we really have with Garrett “Sleepy” Zuhoski’s...

Kid Astray – Ignite

By: John McCall Coming stampeding out of Norway with a uniquely Scandinavian thunder is the sensational burgeoning pop group Kid Astray, whose brand new extended play, Ignite, is setting both sides of the Atlantic on fire with its fun hooks and spellbinding layers of dreamy pop synthesizers....

Joyner shares new EP

By: John McCall   Big guns and flashy cars, meaningless sex and a fondness for greed and violence; sometimes it seems like these aren’t just the most popular subjects in popular music today, but instead they’re the only ones we’ve got. But the pessimists be damned; L.A.’s angelic...