EP Review: Organised Scum – One Less Bastard

Though One Less Bastard, the new EP out November 8 from London alternative pop-rock band Organised Scum, features sophisticated, political lyrical content, its lyrics are (both “intentionally and unintentionally,” according to the band) largely unintelligible behind a mask of distorted vocals, grungy guitars and heady drum rhythms. One Less Bastard tackles the social and political … More EP Review: Organised Scum – One Less Bastard

EP Review: Llovers – Things That I Don’t Understand

United Kingdom psych-pop group Llovers, who have already received widespread acclaim both online and on the radio, will debut their first EP, titled Things That I Don’t Understand, on Wednesday, October 30 on Think Tank? Records. It’s a shimmering pop record that moves from feeling highly electronic to seeming more mellow, though Llovers’ music is strong … More EP Review: Llovers – Things That I Don’t Understand

EP Review: Girl Wilde – Probably Crying

Los Angeles indie-pop musician Girl Wilde debuted a chaotic, bubbly Probably Crying EP on Friday, October 11. Probably Crying comprises three previously released singles, two new tracks and a whole lot of grungy pop music; the end result is mesmerizing. Perhaps the most impressive thing about Probably Crying is its contrast between bubblegum and grunge, between catchy pop … More EP Review: Girl Wilde – Probably Crying

Q&A: Lemolo talks upcoming record, tour

Indie pop musician Lemolo’s bold and honest Swansea will mark the release of her third full-length record on October 11, 2019. Swansea is a dreamy and ambient record full of vulnerability and plenty of synthesizer, bass and electric guitar, and the record is a stunning next step in an already impressive musical career. Lemolo will play … More Q&A: Lemolo talks upcoming record, tour

Album Review: Jamie Drake – Everything’s Fine

California indie-folk singer-songwriter Jamie Drake stepped into the music scene with an incredible, shimmering debut album, Everything’s Fine, out Friday, September 20 on AntiFragile Music. The record comprises nine gorgeously glamorous and modern folk tracks made richer by the addition of thick strings and layered harmonies. It is no surprise that Everything’s Fine sounds mature and modern; … More Album Review: Jamie Drake – Everything’s Fine

Album Premiere: Don’t Do It, Neil – B/X

Philadelphia DIY-pop artist and Grimalkin Records collective member Don’t Do It, Neil, also known as musician Mabel Harper, explores love and loneliness on her latest pulsing and constantly morphing bedroom pop record, which is titled B/X and was released on September 20 on Grimalkin Records. B/X, out Friday, September 20 on Grimalkin Records, is highly rhythmic and … More Album Premiere: Don’t Do It, Neil – B/X

Q&A: ANIIML explains matchmaking video and poppy new single

LA songwriter, producer and activist ANIIML debuted her latest single, “HANDLE ME,” on Friday, September 6; the single is accompanied by an innovative and interactive video in which a host of single people invite viewers to reach out to them in the hopes that they will find their “person” as singer Lila Rose croons, “Truth is/I … More Q&A: ANIIML explains matchmaking video and poppy new single

Single: Freda James – Her Hymn

In a stunning follow-up bonus single to her debut EP, A Woman Alone, which came out July 19, singer-songwriter Freda James released “Her Hymn” on Friday, August 23. “Her Hymn,” a gorgeously simple track, is somehow both ethereal and straightforward at the same time, using light instrumentals and smooth vocals to create a mesmerizing experience. To put … More Single: Freda James – Her Hymn

Single: Eighty Ninety – Got Your Message

Brooklyn brothers Eighty Ninety released yet another stunning track, this one titled “Got Your Message,” on Friday, August 16. “Got Your Message” is the second single from the indie-pop duo’s forthcoming sophomore EP, which comes shortly after the two signed a deal with Hard 8 Working Group. It’s a beautiful track marked by heartache and … More Single: Eighty Ninety – Got Your Message