On “Not For Me,” Alyssa & Gia deliver effervescent synth-pop, an alluring rhythm, and vibrant vocals.
More than 50 years after it was first recorded, Miriam Weinkle’s performance of “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered” evokes tantalizing elegance and charm.
With “Insomnia,” The Moss delivers a beguiling song replete with an understated reckless dynamism and yummy vocals.
Innovative and oh so alluring, Professional Extra’s (William Sawikin) “yahoo” and “where it goes” are singularly imaginative and persuasive, instilling listeners with mesmerizing sensations.
Based in Leipzig, Germany, alternative duo Atlas Bird recently released their new single/music video, “ONYX,” a track lifted from…
With its dream-pop dance flavors, hip-hop rhythm, and rippling vocal washes, Walshy’s “Long Time” (Sleepover Club Records) delivers an imaginative audio-visual experience.
At once profoundly personal and intimate, Late July’s new single “Sober” shivers with pathos, hints of nostalgia, keen hope, and unbridled desire.
Blooming Americana and folk artist Billy Woodward delivers his incredibly moving single, “Heavy Hours,” one of his proudest and most meaningful songs to date.
Teeming with resonant dance-pop energy, “Supernova” conjures up luscious retro flavors atop a contagious rhythm, capped by the evocative voice of Jake Lancer.
Opium Ink has been wowing audiences for the past four years with their crisp, ear-catching take on industrial-influenced alternative…
Surging with explosive, visceral dynamism and beaucoup driving momentum, MONTE’s “I Hate Me More” hits listeners’ diaphragms like a sledgehammer.
With “OH NAH OH NAH,” 93FEETOFSMOKE hits the bullseye, delivering delicious ebbing and rising vocals and galvanizing energy.
This is a love letter to the times when house music was a teleportation circle for ravers to a different realm of social and political discourse and experience.