Neon Dreams Aren’t Turning Back Now

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Neon Dreams might have the shimmering melodies you’d expect from one of indie pop’s fastest rising bands, but behind those earwormy hooks there’s a lot of soul and depth. We talked to Frank Cadillac about their song “Turn Back Now” and how they stay motivated. How did Neon Dreams get started? Frank Cadillac: I moved to Halifax when I was …

On Your Radar: Chaz Cardigan

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Chaz Cardigan is first artist jointly signed to Capitol Records/Loud Robot and he just released his new single and video, “Not OK!” Loud Robot is the new record label from J.J. Abrams’ production company, Bad Robot.  Chaz bares himself in the entire song which he shot in an LA bathtub surrounded by gummy bears. This exciting fact should tell you …

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 …

Gutter Daisies Are Your Emo Dreams Come To Life

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Gutter Daisies are bringing back our emo inner-selves that we’ve so dearly missed. Their new song “Celebrity Suicide” brings to light the way we seem to indulge in celebrity tragedy, at its core it’s about how blasé we can be about mental illness especially the way it’s presented in the media. We talked to them about the new song and …

Alt Bloom Is Quintessential California

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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 …

Echosmith And The Lonely Generation

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Echosmith just dropped their new album appropriately titled, “Lonely Generation” and a lot has changed since “Cool Kids.” Sydney Sierota isn’t 16 anymore, she’s now 22 and with that comes a new maturity in her songs but she still hits that vulnerability that she’s known for. The overarching theme is a generation that has never had so much capability to …

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. …

Maude Latour And Her Inner-Revolution

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Maude Latour is making her mark, her latest EP “Starstruck” is filled with shimmering melodies and poetic lyrics. She perfectly encapsulates that vulnerability of your early 20’s, those first shaky feelings of adulthood. We talked to the rising artist about Greek poetry, love, and her inner-revolution. Tell me about “Lovesick” I love the meaning behind it.  Maude: Lovesick is a …

Tedy Doesn’t Want To Get Stuck

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Tedy is one of the hottest up-and-coming artists right now and his song “Stuck” is made for people who are feeling like they’re in a rut and can’t get out. The song is about accepting our dark side and learning how to move forward and climb out of that pit. We talked to Tedy about the new song and his …

MishCatt On “Blue Blood” And Her Upcoming EP

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MishCatt, the alter ego of Michelle González, perfectly combines sultry sounds with pop sensibilities. Her new song “Blue Blood” is the perfect example, like a foggy summer memory. We talked to her about growing up in Costa Rica, the new song, and the challenges she’s faced in the music industry. How did you get started in music? MishCatt: My parents …