CALM: Track-By-Track

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I could go on and ON about 5 Second of Summer’s musical journey. Watching the band transform from their “Try Hard” days to their latest, “Wildflower” has been fascinating and exhilarating. I seriously feel like a proud mom watching this group talk about their journey of playing to audiences of 20 to now sold-out arenas. The band presented their 4th …

Short and Sweet New Music: Jack Harlow’s ‘Sweet Action’

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After the success of his breakout single, “WHATS POPPIN,” Jack Harlow dropped his latest project, Sweet Action consisting of seven songs all averaging around two minutes long. While this project is short, all songs continue to show Harlow’s no-nonsense rap style. Each track is an easy listen, encompassing a back to basics approach to modern hip hop. Sweet Action is …

John K Should Be On Your Radar

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It’s funny – you hear an artist on the radio and you add him to your list of artists to interview and about 2 weeks later, you get an email to talk to that exact same artist. I first heard John K’s “If We Never Met” when I was just driving around my hometown for the holidays and fell in …

New Music Alert: Chaz Cardigan’s “Vulnerabilia”

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Happy EP release day to our newest favorite guy, Chaz! Chaz Cardigan is having quite the week – he’s appearing in the To All The Boys P.S. I Still Love You soundtrack as well as dropping his debut EP, Vulnerabilia.  We’re so excited to get the opportunity to sit down with him and talk to him about what’s to come.  …

Casey Conroy Needs To Be On Your Radar

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It’s not a surprise that we’re all about strong women here, and Casey Conroy embodies that strength through her delectable melodies and resilient lyrics. Her voice is just so light and gorgeous that you just can’t get enough of it. We talked to her about her song “Best Shoes” and how she stays motivated. How did you get started in …

Up-and-Coming Duo Surfaces Warms Hearts Of Chilly New York Crowd and Talks Inspiration

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Queuing in line for hours in the rainy, cold December streets of New York City stood hundreds of fans hazy with anticipation for Surfaces to perform a sold-out show at Gramercy Theater. There is no truer sign of promise for an up and coming artist than a core fanbase that shows devotion beyond dedication. For Surfaces, the fans are everything. …

Janet May: Artist and Activist

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Janet May is a force to be reckoned with, she’s an incredible singer and artist and her passion for activism is truly inspiring. She’s been protesting ICE, playing shows in prisons, and reminding you to vote. We talked to the up-and-coming artist about why it’s important for artists to be activists and her stunning music. How did you get started …

Maiah Manser Isn’t Your Doll

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Maiah Manser is no stranger to the music industry, she was a backing vocalist for Mary Lambert which had her opening for Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, and Pharrell Williams, but the noir-pop songstress is an artist in her own right. Her song “DoLL” is a gritty and looming. Her emotional lyrics are the anchor for the haunting track. We talked …

RØYLS Are Taking Over

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The band RØYLS recently came out with their new EP “I Think Too Much” in August and we’re loving it. This EP is a a total vibe, and we are feeling their distinctive alt-pop sound. In our interview, the band shares what keeps them motivated and their major influences.  How did you come up with your band name? RØYLS: It’s …