Caroline Kole teams up with PUSHER to drop upbeat synth single, “BTDT.” The track is powerful and motivating for moving forward and moving on. I was super excited to talk to both Caroline and PUSHER about the track’s inspiration and what else they’ve got planned for the year.
When I found out Sabrina Carpenter’s new video was Legally Blonde themed I lost it. I’m so old I saw the movie in theaters, Elle Woods is iconic. I think Sabrina really nailed the vibe in a cool, modern way.
Not too long ago Carlie Hanson was working at a McDonald’s in Wisconsin. Now, she just finished opening for Troye Sivan on his Bloom tour. We talked to the young artist about her big break and her shimmering pop sound
Kelsy Karter is the exact kind of voice I love to hear in music. I love a badass femme rockstar. She draws inspiration from 70s classics but puts a little edge on them and a little more style. We talked to her about her aesthetic, new music, and why we need more female rockers.
PALE WAVES have been on quite the roll recently. The group create sparkling synth-pop that has you dancing all night. I was beyond stoked for their stop at Scoot Inn in Austin.
CARLY RAE JEPSEN IS BACK AND WE CANNOT CONTAIN OUR EXCITEMENT. The new song, “Party For One” was co-written by Jepsen and produced by Captain Cuts and HIGHTOWER. “Party For One” is available now! The song will appear on Jepsen’s forthcoming album which is set for release in 2019. The video for “Party For One” was shot in New York City …
Billie Eilish is truly unstoppable. She’s been releasing so many hits this year and she JUST put out “when the party’s over” a song she made with her brother Finneas O’Connell and now she released the stunning video to match.
Violet Days are incredible, they’re getting ready to release their much-anticipated EP, Made In My Head, at the end of the month and they gave us this little preview of what’s to come.
I rarely cover country music, but I absolutely adore Alex Stern. Her songwriting is so relatable, emotional, and vulnerable. Her latest single, “Fingers Crossed” is a little more forceful than her previous singles, but in the best way. Her vocals are so strong in this one that you know she’s a woman not to be messed with. My favorite thing about her is she’s so wise beyond her years and I’m always thrilled and excited to premiere anything of hers.
Plastic Picnic has been hyped up to me since SXSW. They were on everyone’s list after the week of madness and yet I missed them. Incredibly upsetting, but I was thrilled to catch them at the Hi-Hat in Los Angeles where I finally got to dance along to their unassumingly emotional lyrics.