Kids That Fly join us for a Stereo Six feature wherein the band discusses albums that had a very significant influence on the writing and recording of their EP, ‘Tracks of the High Line.’
Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland-based band Tiny Ruins today release a new single, “The Crab / Waterbaby,” the first music since 2019’s much-lauded album, ‘Olympic Girls.’
Japan’s world-famous all-girl alternative pop trio Shonen Knife will release ‘Our Best Place,’ their first new album in nearly three years, on February 15, 2023.
Check out the new single “Welcome to the Hell” by the eclectic Canadian pop maestro nasmore, featuring the amazing artists Neil Taylor and La Strange.
In our inaugural “Chew the Mat” interview, Emarosa singer Bradley Scott dives into his love for professional wrestling, the WWE, and what his finishing move would be if he were a wrestler himself.
You don’t need to be travelling a mile a minute to fully embrace the “groove,” as you’ll recognize on almost sex’s brand new single, “Desist.” Check out the premiere today!
Bringing forth his debut EP, GALASO’s ‘Around The Sun,’ showcases the capabilities of this new artist as he explores the depth of falling in love.
Celebrating his latest single, “Talking To Myself,” we connected with musician and tattoo artist Talkless to discuss his music and ink work at LOOSENEEDLE. #tattootalk
LA dark pop duo Boy Deluxe premiere their new single “Left Behind,” an alt-pop gem here, centred around standing up for yourself when insecurity rears its ugly head.
For our latest Geared Up interview, we speak with Radio Free Universe’s George Panagopoulos about the Rupert Neve 5088 console and preamps.
Niina Soleil emerges with her “Make It Summer” music video, a carefree celebration of summer, complete with a wondrous oceanside drive with a beautiful setting sun.
For our newest Pumping Metal interview, Montreal artist Polychuck discusses his affinity for MMA and Muay Thai, being vegan, and health in general.
Strap on your seatbelt, because OSLO (aka TJ Horansky) is taking you to some ‘Great Places’ with a track-by-track rundown of his debut full-length album.