Track-By-Track: EDEN’s no future

emilytreadgold #9, Reviews

I don’t know what you did on Valentine’s Day, but I spent my entire day listening to  EDEN’s debut album. After a few days of letting each track set in, I was able to piece together what I felt about the album as a whole. Every song was so different and specific, I couldn’t just provide you with a generic …

Matt Taylor On Budapest, Pop Music, And The Current Musical Landscape

emilytreadgold #9, Features

Matt Taylor had us instantly hooked with his song “Budapest.” The song is gorgeous and his lyrics are so poetic, we can’t get enough of it. We talked to Matt about the song and his biggest challenge in his career so far. How did you get started in music? Matt: I actually started writing very slow, singer/songwriter music, just myself …

Alt Bloom Is Quintessential California

emilytreadgold #9, Features

Alt Bloom, the brainchild of Ethan Thompson, makes dreamy soundscapes that are perfectly accented by his knack for poetic storytelling. We talked to the up-and-coming artist about new music and what’s been inspiring him lately. How did you get started in music? Alt Bloom: I’ve been doing music since I can remember. My parents had me and my two older …

New Music Alert: Emily Hackett’s “By The Moon” EP

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Emily Hackett just released her By The Moon EP and we were so hooked by her sweet voice and honest lyrics. We talked to the up-and-coming artist about the new EP and what’s been inspiring her lately. Emily!! How did you get started in music?  It was a natural thing in my house. My dad was always playing guitar and …

Is There Anything Jenna Andrews Can’t Do?

emilytreadgold #5, #9, Features, Women In Music

Jenna Andrews is exactly who young women should look up to. She always had a passion for music and started writing songs at the age of 14. She dropped out of college and moved to Vancouver to pursue the dream, but it wasn’t fate that made her career; it was her unstoppable work ethic. She was discovered by Chris Smith, …

Nightly Is Coming Into Their Own

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We’ve been Nightly fans for a while now, and the band is starting to finally get the recognition they deserve.The band made waves with their song “XO” in 2016 which quickly landed a spot on every influencer’s playlist and they’ve only snowballed since then. They’ve opened for NF and played tons of festivals and now they’re on a headlining tour …

New Music Alert: UPSAHL’s “The Other Team”

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UPSAHL is one of the hottest new artists out there and her new song “The Other Team” explores something totally relatable. We talked to her about the new song and what’s been inspiring her lately. How did you get started in music? UPSAHL: I grew up in a very musical family. My dad was in punk bands all throughout my …

Kat Saul’s “Unit 408” Is All Too Relatable

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It’s easy to distract yourself from heartbreak when you’re out and about. You can spend time with friends, kiss that new boy, go to that bar you’ve always wanted to try but he thought was too girly, but it’s not as easy when you get home and have to sleep alone. Kat Saul sums this up perfectly with her new single “Unit 408.”

Misty Mtn: Guess Who’s Back

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If you’ve ever avoided bars, coffee shops, or even an entire side of town after a break up, you’ll relate to Misty Mtn’s newest single ‘Guess Who’s Back.’ The self-described dark-mountain pop duo defies genre, blending pop, folk, and electronic influence to create catchy, but emotional tracks.