Greg Puciato’s ‘Mirrorcell’ (Federal Prisoner) is liquid mercury, shifting and morphing to reflect the facets of an artist who has challenged themselves to achieve a singular persona.
Sans a lackluster track, Panda Riot’s ‘Extra Cosmic’ delivers dense washes of opaque guitars crowned by the beautiful, diaphanous voice of Rebecca Scott.
Channelling their shared experiences into their music, Singapore shoegazers Coming Up Roses release the breezy anthem “Would You Ever?”
Letting Up Despite Great Faults debut their music video for “She Spins,” a jangly, upbeat indie-pop affair that sounds like it’s from the vintage era of indie rock.
Stuart Sinclair, bassist with Welsh space-rock band MWWB, talks about life-changing tragedy, the future and the new album ’The Harvest.’
San Fran band Young Prisms have debuted the single and video, “Outside Air,” the fourth cut taken from their upcoming studio recording, ‘Drifter,’ which drops via Fire Talk on March 25th.
SOFTCULT joins us for our latest Women of Rock feature wherein twin sisters Mercedes Arn-Horn and Phoenix celebrate the release of their venomous new EP ‘Year of the Snake’ by discussing their female influences such as Kathleen Hanna, Laura Jane Grace and Wata (of the band Boris).
Back in the US after three years, British rock band Wolf Alice stopped at The Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL (with support from Bria) to promote their newest album ‘Blue Weekend.’
Jill Goyeau, vocalist with shoegaze outfit Talking Violet, gives a track-by-track rundown on the inspiration behind their new album ‘Tell Your Friends You Love Them.’
Blackpool post-metal outfit blanket takes you on a real journey with their mesmerizing new album ‘Modern Escapism.’ Read our review here.
Chicago, Illinois’ No Object has higher-level musical achievements for which they are striving, and it can be heard loud and clear on their sophomore EP, ‘Open Closure.’
On her brand new single, “It’s Not Hard,” singer and songwriter Catbells explores a deeper spectrum of human emotions including feelings of escapism.
In keeping with tradition, Deafheaven push the boundaries of their music on new album ‘Infinite Granite’. Read our review here.
Miami, Florida-based trio, Seafoam Walls offers up an incredible mixture of jazz, shoegaze, rock, hip-hop, and Afro-Caribbean rhythms that’s…