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Lianne La Havas on the cover her latest album 'Blood'

Album Review

Lianne La Havas // Blood

Lianne La Havas recently put out her second album, Blood, on July 31st. If you have yet to listen to her before now, not only is a little self reflection necessary, but so is a repeated listen of this album. She has returned from her previous work, Is Your Love Big Enough, in 2012 to present a much more… Read More


Album Review

Tink Drops New Mixtape Winter’s Diary 3

If you’re still wondering what the song of the summer is, you probably should just come to terms with it not existing or understand that it already exists and you just don’t like it as much as the other participants of summer. If you have chosen to come to terms with the nonexistence and need… Read More



Interview With Emma Witmer Of Gobbinjr

gobbinjr’s manalang is some of the best homemade pop we’ve heard this summer. Lo-fi and jangly, it spans a variety of genres, and is closest to dream pop. It’s also witty and humorous. We talked to gobbinjr’s Emma Witmer about music writing, Wisconsin, the possibility of turning into a leprechaun, and more.   So I… Read More



Friday Favorites (VII)

Our playlist this week offers a diverse range of new music, from surf pop to banjo rock to EDM, and is energetic yet laid-back. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!



Interview With Chris Johnson Of Telegraph Canyon

We recently chatted with Telegraph Canyon’s Chris Johnson to discuss the creative process, the Forth Worth music scene, and his adventures. You From Before, the band’s upcoming album, will be released on July 31st. Incorporating numerous styles and genres, this new album continues in the vein of Americana folk found in their previous albums, and also embraces more of an ethereal… Read More



Friday Favorites (VI)

We have an excellent assortment of new music for you this week. Featuring some great female artists, surf pop, and Titus Andronicus.



Friday Favorites (V)

This week’s Friday playlist contains more great new music, as always. Mainly melancholy dance music this time, perfect for your sad Friday night parties.


Album Review

Tame Impala // Currents

Kevin Parker takes Tame Impala’s sound in a new direction with Currents, embracing disco and soul-tinged electronic dance music. As each of the four singles (“Let It Happen”, “‘Cause I’m A Man”, “Eventually”, and “Disciples”) was released this spring, it became apparent Parker was doing something significantly different and truly spectacular. While the transition to… Read More

Dr. Dog perform at the Levitate Music and Arts Festival in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Show Review

Festival Retrospective: Levitate

The Marshfield, Massachusetts, Fairgrounds are typically home to country fairs, agricultural exhibitions, and livestock displays, but for the third summer running they’ve been flooded by concertgoers for the Levitate Music and Arts Festival. I made the trek down to the site, about one hour south of Boston, to check out this budding event with a… Read More



Friday Favorites (IV)

Friday means great new music from lovely summer manager, Maggie. Our fourth Friday playlist starts off light and playful and transitions into ominous darkness. We love it, and believe you will as well.

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