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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Stef Chura writes the music that lights a fire in my very core, she sings with such an enamoring grit, harnessing that moxie of the 90’s alt-rock that my mom would blare in her old Honda accord. These punchy guitar riffs and clamoring drums have become sort of quintess...

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

‘Hurt By You’ by Donna Missal has been the score to this sort of period of reckoning I've found myself in. The second the single dropped I had it on repeat, the rolling drum line weaving its way through the car stereo, the hook falling off my lips like some sort of ome...

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

I have always used music as a form of escapism, but never before have I wanted to live inside a discography like Litany’s. With the release of her latest EP ‘Single Player Mode’, this London based artist has proven to be a glimmering beacon of pop magic, drawing us int...

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

As someone who fully experiences unnecessary nostalgia on the daily, The Big Moon has filled a very specific–yet harrowing‒British pop punk shaped hole in my heart. This London based four-piece has been sound tracking my life for the last few weeks with their new recor...

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

‘Slow Melt’ by Softee has become a golden light in the fog while I’ve found myself in this rut. Weeks of trying to avoid love songs at all costs and becoming overall jaded has taught me one thing; no matter my angst or sorrow, I have never been able to turn away from a...

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

My winter has been soundtracked by Margaux as she takes those gloomy Seattle skies and turns them into stunning arrangements of love so good you want to make up the moments you miss by even blinking. Her debut EP ‘More Brilliant Is the Hand That Throws the Coin’ is a m...

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

If you are still in need of more proof that 2019 has been a great year for pop music, I present you Girl Ray. Within seconds of putting on their debut record ‘Girl’ I was ready to lace up my roller blades and skate away my problems at the rink, blue-raspberry slushie i...

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

I am one of those people that feel everything very deeply, sometimes even adopting the pain and worries of others as if it were my own. So trying to put my emotions into words is a looming undertaking that follows me right at my heels week to week. Then sometimes you s...

Thursday, December 5, 2019

 Kelsey Lu is absolutely boundless, weaving her way through vivid soundscapes and experimenting with voice and instrument completely unbridled. There is something almost tangible about the way she writes and produces, like if you close your eyes and keep your palms ope...

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Around every 5 years in my life an album has come around that has defined the next chapter of my life, the latest being Maggie Rogers’ debut record ‘Heard it in a Past Life’. I’ve planted so many roots within these songs, in just 11 months since it’s release it has fel...

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