I was walking through Hangout Fest when I saw a man with sunglasses sitting on a bench wearing an “Artist” wristband. I went up to him and asked, “Are you Bahamas?” He laughed, and replied: “No, I wish.” It turns out this man was Hunter Porter, lead guitarist for Pacific Dub. He invited me to watch their set, and I’m so happy I did.
Ben Hazlewood has a powerful voice and captures emotions in lyrics so perfectly. The New Zealand-born singer’s voice managed to flawlessly shift in tone with each song and each word. In his new song “Months & Miles” he longs for his home and assures his partner that he’ll be back soon.
Earlier this month CRAY premiered her newest single, “Peaches,” and it’s already an instant bop. Her voice is light and whimsical and puts you in the best mood. She’s already on my summer playlist and I can’t wait to get more from her! I got to talk to her about the premiere of the single and here’s what she had to say-
Gothic Tropic is the creation of Cecilia Della Peruti. The multi-instrumentalist that has created a lush 70’s inspired soundscapes that focus on her effortless guitar skills and dreamy voice. Her debut album Fast of Feast is the perfect example of how she blends pop and psychedelic. We caught up with her right after an electrifying set during SXSW.
We’re so obsessed with New Schematics and their latest song “Prove Me Wrong” is the kind of indie-pop we can get behind. Now, the song has a video that just shows off the colorful vibes that we wanted.
Catina is someone I was ecstatic about interviewing. As a Chinese American, it’s always been hard for me to find a Chinese artist with music I like. When I heard Catina’s single, “Stronger,” I knew I had to talk to her. This song is the perfect one to add to your Girls Night Out playlist or if you want to just feel empowered getting ready.
“Don’t you wanna come with me?” The six words every die hard fan wants to hear Brandon Flowers sing to them (and a few thousand other people) while The Killers closed out ACL 2017 on a hot Texas night.
WJM is a trio you’re going to want to keep on your radar very soon. The California natives comprised of William, Jeremy, and Max became a rock band at the young age of 8 but instead of just creating music, they decided to use this as a way to change the world.
We are so excited to premiere the new Kris Angelis video for “Kevin Bacon” it is such a cute video and we loved talking to her. Watch the video and read about her songwriting process.
We caught up with COIN at Hangout Fest, the last time we talked to the band was in February, so we were stoked to see the guys playing in Gulf Shores. If you haven’t noticed, the band has been gaining a lot of traction.
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