London-based band Wolf Alice are tired of routine and labels. Exploring a wide different range of sounds and topics, their sophomore album rejects pointless expectations in favour of realness.
Fearless and unapologetic, meet Camp Cope; the newest faces of indie girl rock from Australia. This trio shows just what ‘girl power’ really means in an often patriarchal and apathetic world.
Chelsea Wolfe has a talent for exploring the complex intricacies of the psyche with an equally complex sound. This review looks at her latest album Hiss Spun, and how her own life has influenced her style.
She tried shaking it off, but the media and y’all just wouldn’t leave her alone, so why not embrace it and make music out of it?
Remember those days when your only source of online music would be from Limewire (not to mention the WeiRD_SpeLLings_and fonts_.mp3)[…]
Running out of tracks to listen to? Here’s a short & sweet review about indie artist, DYSN, and his first and newest EP album, Wonderland.
A review about Kings of Suburbia, the most recent album from German pop-punk quartet band, Tokio Hotel.
A review about indie pop singer and former The Voice contestant, Melanie Martinez’s debut album, Crybaby.