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  • PLAYING DETROIT: AM People Release ‘Songs for The Mourning’

    Photo by Madeline Toro Detroit-based three-piece AM People released their debut LP Songs for the Mourning on June 15th, and it’s the perfect soundtrack to accompany the woozy heat daze of summer. The record is a seamless collection of apathetic punk songs, running into each [...]

  • PLAYING THE BAY: Michelle Zhu Finds Peace of Mind

    On a sun-kissed afternoon in San Francisco’s Mission district, we met up with Michelle Zhu at Clarion Alley. As we sat along the stretch of “socially engaged and aesthetically innovative public art” painted by local artists, we chatted about her current projects and plans for the [...]

  • PLAYING THE BAY: Jaji Preme, a Flower Who Raps

    Jaji photo by @hunt_the_bay Late one cold Berkeley evening, troupes of East Bay's finest music enthusiasts waited outside performance event New Wave Collective on San Pablo Ave., which poured a soft pink light on to the sidewalk. Inside awaited a lineup of up-and-coming [...]

  • PLAYING COLUMBUS: Revisiting Queer Kevin’s “If I Had Known”

    This is how I wrote this review: I listened to If I Had Known for an entire day, ears devouring my headphones as I walked from my office, to get food, to my home, and again as I rode the bus downtown, where I was [...]

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Kimball On Their Emotionally Charged EP ‘North Wilson’

    Metro Detroit-based indie rockers Kimball are wise beyond their years. Although lead songwriters and singers Austin McCauley and Emily Barr are only 19 and 20 years-old, respectively, their music possesses an insight about the world that suggests a lifetime of hard lessons learned early. Their [...]

PREMIERE: Taleen Kali Explores Healing Sound on Debut EP Soul Songs

June 20th, 2018|0 Comments

Photo by Kristin Cofer Solo efforts can often result in tense, unfocused attempts to create something altogether new. But when it all works out, fans get an exciting glimpse into what makes individual [...]

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PREMIERE: Jaicee Rentz “Colors”

June 19th, 2018|0 Comments

At 16 years old, most of today's teenagers are hiding out in their parent's basements, avoiding social interactions and Snapchatting away. Jaicee Rentz is bucking the trend with Colors, a debut EP ripe with youthful angst [...]

  • LIVE REVIEW: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus @ Rickshaw Stop

    The No Wave scene of 1970’s New York City was altogether bowel borne, the sickened spasm of a nihilist made nervous by the violent void of the Lower East Side. It was a pocket of time and space that knew no law nor order. Rather, [...]

  • PREMIERE: Taleen Kali Explores Healing Sound on Debut EP Soul Songs

    Photo by Kristin Cofer Solo efforts can often result in tense, unfocused attempts to create something altogether new. But when it all works out, fans get an exciting glimpse into what makes individual members of their favorite bands tick. Taleen Kali's debut EP [...]

  • Jaicee Rentz

    PREMIERE: Jaicee Rentz “Colors”

    At 16 years old, most of today's teenagers are hiding out in their parent's basements, avoiding social interactions and Snapchatting away. Jaicee Rentz is bucking the trend with Colors, a debut EP ripe with youthful angst and lovetorn lyrics. The EP's title track boasts a surprising [...]

  • INTERVIEW: Kid Bloom Comes of Age With “Parents House”

    As a kid growing up in the late '90s, I was often faced with the sad realities of having a limited CD collection. Back then, CDs cost upwards of $20 and I had neither the resources or nor the cool friends needed to expand my [...]

  • PREMIERE: The Gods Themselves “Glamour & Grime” EP

    Summer's here and it's time for dance parties by the pool. Every year, we're treated to albums built for rooftop fun, their core aesthetic made for hot days and warm nights by the light of a disco ball. Seattle's disco punk darlings, The Gods Themselves [...]

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HIGH NOTES: This Is What Music Does to Your Brain

June 4th, 2018|0 Comments

On October 10, 2017, I was plotting my escape from my boyfriend's squished studio apartment. Everything about it made me want to scream: the way his beard felt on my face when he went weeks [...]

HIGH NOTES: Music Can Completely Alter the Course of a Trip

April 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

I’m in a living room overlooking the water in Vinkeveen, The Netherlands, surrounded by a dozen people tripping on ayahuasca, when the ceremony’s leader approaches my bed. “This song is for you,” she says. “I’m [...]

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PLAYING DETROIT: AM People Release ‘Songs for The Mourning’

June 20th, 2018|0 Comments

Photo by Madeline Toro Detroit-based three-piece AM People released their debut LP Songs for the Mourning on June 15th, and it’s the perfect soundtrack to accompany [...]

PLAYING THE BAY: Michelle Zhu Finds Peace of Mind

June 19th, 2018|0 Comments

On a sun-kissed afternoon in San Francisco’s Mission district, we met up with Michelle Zhu at Clarion Alley. As we sat along the stretch of “socially engaged [...]

PLAYING THE BAY: Jaji Preme, a Flower Who Raps

June 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Jaji photo by @hunt_the_bay Late one cold Berkeley evening, troupes of East Bay's finest music enthusiasts waited outside performance event New Wave Collective on [...]

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    LadyFag photographed by Peter Tamlin. By Jasmine Williams In Memoriam? Florida rapper, XXXTentacion, was killed on Monday in his home state when a drive by shooter open fired [...]

    LIVE REVIEW: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus @ Rickshaw Stop

    June 21st, 2018|0 Comments

    The No Wave scene of 1970’s New York City was altogether bowel borne, the sickened spasm of a nihilist made nervous by the violent void of the Lower East Side. [...]

    PLAYING DETROIT: AM People Release ‘Songs for The Mourning’

    June 20th, 2018|0 Comments

    Photo by Madeline Toro Detroit-based three-piece AM People released their debut LP Songs for the Mourning on June 15th, and it’s the perfect soundtrack to accompany the woozy heat daze [...]

    PREMIERE: Taleen Kali Explores Healing Sound on Debut EP Soul Songs

    June 20th, 2018|0 Comments

    Photo by Kristin Cofer Solo efforts can often result in tense, unfocused attempts to create something altogether new. But when it all works out, fans get an exciting [...]