After two busy years of touring, releasing music videos, traveling to different countries, and even making new music, Broadside have finally returned with the first two new singles since the release of their 2017 album, Paradise.
While many of the other black-and-white-clad bands they became associated with have undergone major sonic changes, Catfish and the Bottlemen have carried their signature sound with them into 2019 for the release of The Balance, their latest LP.
From the now #1 New York Times bestseller for two weeks in a row, Supermarket by Bobby Hall is a first for the young rapper Logic. The American rapper, born and raised in Maryland, is creating history by being the first of his kind to become a bestselling author.
Emily Brophy dreams of making her music expand far past the four walls of her bedroom in Virginia. The young singer is making quite the name for herself in the indie-pop scene online, garnering over 80,000 plays of her first single on Spotify. Brophy is preparing for her second release, “Never Be Enough,” on April 24.
As excited Vince Staples fans arrived to the Observatory North Park, you could overhear their ecstatic conversations about him and his music. Long Beach native Vince Staples was set to have a show in San Diego, California on April 2nd for his headlining tour entitled Smile, You’re on Camera.
Xander Corbett is a newer indie artist based in Washington DC. He just came out with his new album, stitches on a broken heart., and I had the opportunity to ask him a couple questions about the release. This is Xander’s third album, and since the release of his first two records, he has gained a larger following, making stitches on a broken heart. special to his loyal fanbase.
The effervescent indie-pop group Marsicans recently released the poignant and unrelentingly self-conscious single “Your Eyes” earlier this year. As they prepared for their UK headline tour, they came down south to Luton for a benefit concert to support The Alzheimer’s Society. I had the opportunity of sitting down with them for a chat before their warm-up gig.
PUP is a Canadian punk band who have been making music since 2011. They're pure punk and one of the most talented bands in the scene today. Their third album, Morbid Stuff, is their strongest and most powerful release yet.
After quite a bit of waiting, MAX, the pop artist from New York City who was made famous with his hit “Lights Down Low,” is back yet again with another catchy single. His brand new song is titled “Love Me Less,” and is a follow-up to his October 2018 release of “Worship,” which kickstarted his new era last year.
Fans sang along, smiles on their faces, a few of their cheeks and eyes gleamed from tears of joy. The crowd wasn't just teenage girls— it was people of all ages, ethnicities, and gender identities. The band had managed to pull in people from all over for their show. With each and every song, the energy increased in the crowd and on stage. Everyone in the venue was enjoying their time.
On March 22nd, Los Angeles-based band Wallows released its debut album, Nothing Happens. After being in bands and releasing music together since their preteen years, Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters, and Cole Preston have finally let their highly-anticipated full-length into the world.
Jordie Saenz is an alternative/indie musician from Southern California who's been making music since 2016. His music is reminiscent of Sufjan Stevens and Adult Mom, which is more prevalent than ever on his new EP, House Parade.
In today’s seemingly oversaturated pop scene, it’s difficult to find a song, artist, or album that truly stands out. 22 year old Scandinavian artist Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, professionally known as Sigrid, challenges that narrative with her debut album Sucker Punch.
With “One” being less than a year old, Homesafe is quickly making their way into the ears of many fans of pop-punk music. The band is on the rise, meaning constant tours and a new full-length album, leaving fans surprised when they unexpectedly dropped the new single “Save Me.”
Ria Mae, singer/songwriter from Halifax, Nova Scotia (best known for her hit singles such as “Ooh Love” and “Bend”) has made a comeback to release yet another amazing album. Stars is the title of her fourth record.
Pop-rock band McAllister is fairly new to this scene, with their debut single having been released in 2017. However, they’ve managed to rack up a loyal following in their short time on the rise, proving that they’re not messing around.