Billie Eilish is about to embark on her sold-out 1 BY 1 tour. At just 16-years-old Billie is constantly proving that she’s the next big thing. She just dropped her new song, ‘when the party’s over,’ and it has all the edge of an Eilish song that we expect. Produced by her long time collaborator and big brother Finneas O’Connell, ‘when the party’s …
We’ve been obsessed with morgxn for a long time now, but when he announced that he’d be on tour with DREAMERS we lost it. The two alt-pop bands made for the perfect duo at Stubb’s in Austin.
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.
Elijah Noll is fresh off the release of his gorgeous video for “Poison” and he’s about to head out on tour. We chatted with him about what has been inspiring him lately.
HAERTS have released “No Love for the Wild” the fourth track from their hauntingly-transparentsophomore album, New Compassion. The highly-anticipated follow-up to their 2014 self-titled record, which featured their breakout hit “Wings” was announced for release October 5th via Arts and Crafts.
It seems rare these days to see a band that doesn’t have some sort of synthesizer on stage with them. The evolution of electronic music has bled seamlessly into pop, rock, rap, and indie music making it possible to replicate a variety of preconstructed beats and sounds. But California rock group, The Jacks, have made a conscious decision to stick with a more straightforward approach; “Our goal is to never have a computer on stage,” said bassist, Scott Stone, quickly adding, “Not that there’s anything wrong with bands who do that, we just really want to just keep it to four guys and four instruments.”
If you know us, you know we’re obsessed with Nina Nesbitt. She recently dropped her video for “Loyal To Me,” and it’s the perfect modern dating anthem. Nina herself says, “It’s influenced by the independent-women spirit of the 90s and is a self-help guide to dating.” She’s currently touring with MAX this fall so be sure to check her out.
We’re so obsessed with morgxn and his incredible music. We definitely can’t wait to see him on tour with DREAMERS.
I have a confession to make: despite my love for heavy underground music, I have have a soft spot for “good ‘ole boy” jams which extends to pretty much anything with a twang that makes me want to sit around a fire with my friends with a case of local beers. One of the first artists who captured that essence was Josh Ritter. His work, particularly the songs ‘Harrisburg’ and ‘A Thin Blue Frame’ became my bridge to other artists who straddled the line between rock, americana, and folk.
Nina Nesbitt is my current girl crush. She is constantly putting out amazing music and so far each single she’s dropped this year has ended up on a playlist. Her latest, “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change” is no different. This song is slow, melodic and kind of gives you a hopeful feeling. I guess you could probably have figured out that from the song title. Either way, this song deserves a spot on your summer playlist.