There is only one album that pinches me awake from the downward swirling hellhole of a bad mood. It’s The Specials’ 1979 self-titled debut that does it. It is my only hope, and I toss it back like a shot of bourbon after a long workday.
Holding Hands With Jamie is based on a psychotic episode Kiely went through, which is bold enough as the subject matter of an album, but something else entirely when they sing about it in front of you.
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LA-based soul-pop artist, Alexis Keegan is releasing a new track today, following up her breakthrough single, "Worry No More" which came out last year, placing her on the Billboard and Mediabase radars as well as propelling [...]
Brooklyn-based indie-folk duo, Stabwounds (comprised of Amanda Brooklyn and Emma March Barash), are releasing the lead single off their forthcoming EP, "Goody Goody", due 8/16. "Kills" which you can take a first listen to today on [...]