While the rest of the world came to a screeching halt because of the pandemic, Los Angeles music producer, Maw, used the silence to fuel the birth of a new sound. We can see the fruits of his labor with his new release “pomegranatedelusion".
All good things must come to an end— even badass virtual music festivals.
Representation matters and the Latino community received it on the world’s biggest stage tonight with celebration and open arms. My intention isn’t to turn this into a political statement but to briefly discuss why this is a big deal.
Norman F*cking Rockwell is Lana Del Rey’s most complete and consistently fantastic work to date.
Every once in awhile I like to do a download of artists or songs that are currently sneaking into my playlists and therefore taking over my life in all the best ways. My hope is they do the same for you! This round-up includes a little something for everyone from R&B to Metal/Pop Rock to some indie options. So strap up. Here. We. Go.
Although ACL has been over for a couple of weeks, the performances still cross my mind. Here are the sets that were standouts.
One of my favorite questions is, “What are you listening to right now?” So, I’m back with more music recs for you! Not all of these are necessarily new, but they’re what I’m currently spinning a lot of.
The times of throwing musicians into one specific genre are fading. William Rose is a master musician and frontman, but don’t try to categorize him or The Flying Islands. Because, what they create won’t fit into your boxes. It will beautifully paint outside the lines.
Experimenting is something Los Angeles-based Fyra has never been scared to do — in fact, he’s embraced it. He’s back with his newest single, Riot, showcasing a side of himself that we haven’t seen yet.
Somewhere between the lines of poetry, the emotional depth of a good indie-pop melody, and a presence that intoxicates, you will find Adrian Galvin’s musical brainchild: Yoke Lore.