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  • PLAYING DETROIT: Sam Austins Teases Next Release

    Detroit R&B artist, Sam Austins, has been completely killing the game since his 2017 release, Angst, and he shows no signs of slowing down. After his recent ode to queen Rhi Rhi's cosmetic empire, Fenty, he's gearing up for another mixtape release later this year. [...]

  • PLAYING THE BAY: DJ Lil Waifu the Lightworker

    Armed with leather straps and anime references, Jasmine Justo (a.k.a DJ Lil' Waifu) creates mixtapes that heal souls and unequivocally embrace all the emotions. In this interview, catch Lil' Waifu’s realness in the way she talks about her sadness, sexuality, and sending soundwaves to outerspace, [...]

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Psych Rockers Dr. Wolf Learn to Shapeshift On Debut Single

    Henry Johns and Nick Sapounas represent a new Detroit psych-rock band stepping out on the scene, Dr. Wolf. Though the two longtime friends and collaborators come from different musical backgrounds - Sapounas previously in the acoustic-folk group gray/bliss and Johns from Warehouse - they come [...]

  • PLAYING THE BAY: Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson on Discwoman’s SF Takeover

    Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, left, with Discwoman co-founders Emma Burgess-Olson and Christine McCharen-Tran. Courtesy Tyler Jones Photography. One of San Francisco’s most popular and long running clubs, 1015 Folsom, surrendered to an East Coast takeover hosted by Discwoman in honor of Pride Month. This [...]

  • HIGH NOTES: 7 Songs That Will Connect You to the Spirit of Ayahuasca

    British-Portuguese musician Nessi Gomes had an artistic awakening after living in Central America; could her work contain thinly veiled references to ayahuasca? According to traditional belief, ayahuasca is not just a powerful psychogenic substance - it's a spirit. When you ingest the Amazonian [...]

VIDEO PREMIERE: Powersnap “Chemistry”

July 19th, 2018|0 Comments

The only thing I remember from high school chemistry class is making ice cream and how a microwave works. I don’t remember any specific purple substances guarded by emotionless 20-somethings wearing black. Like Powersnap front [...]

VIDEO PREMIERE: LYONS “Strawberry Moon”

July 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

The moon controls the tides of our oceans, and since humans are about 60% water, it makes sense that the moon could possibly be influencing the tides of our minds. According to some astrologists, the [...]

  • INTERVIEW: Women That Rock @ Brooklyn Bazaar

    Last week on Friday the 13th at Brooklyn Bazaar, Women That Rock put together their first GIG LIKE A GYRL summer extravaganza showcasing women in punk rock & other DIY music scenes, women of color and LGBTQ+ artists & musicians. The stacked lineup included GYMSHORTS, Sharkmuffin, [...]

  • LIVE REVIEW – Guerilla Toss at Union Pool

    All Photos by Sarah Knoll The New York based genre bending band Guerilla Toss established a month-long residency at Brooklyn’s Union Pool. Playing every Tuesday in June, residencies like this make me question how a band with such a high energy and stamina [...]

  • VIDEO PREMIERE: Powersnap “Chemistry”

    The only thing I remember from high school chemistry class is making ice cream and how a microwave works. I don’t remember any specific purple substances guarded by emotionless 20-somethings wearing black. Like Powersnap front woman Romi Hanoch, I too would be intrigued and would [...]

  • PREVIEW: Our Favorite Electronic DJs Playing at Panorama

    So we lost Cardi B, who got replaced by Lil Wayne, due to her pregnancy, but Panorama Festival is still packed with some amazing women in music. Janet Jackson, who is making a long awaited come back, Sza, who has had an amazing year since [...]

  • TRACK OF THE WEEK: Lost Boy ? “96”

      Davey Jones, the prolific mastermind behind experimental bedroom pop project Lost Boy ?, put out my favorite new summer jam this week! Listening to "96" after scrolling through too many friends' family vacation photos and recovering from an ice cream binge stomach ache succeeded in [...]

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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: Sam Austins Teases Next Release

July 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Detroit R&B artist, Sam Austins, has been completely killing the game since his 2017 release, Angst, and he shows no signs of slowing down. After his [...]

PLAYING THE BAY: DJ Lil Waifu the Lightworker

July 10th, 2018|0 Comments

Armed with leather straps and anime references, Jasmine Justo (a.k.a DJ Lil' Waifu) creates mixtapes that heal souls and unequivocally embrace all the emotions. In this [...]

PLAYING DETROIT: Psych Rockers Dr. Wolf Learn to Shapeshift On Debut Single

July 4th, 2018|0 Comments

Henry Johns and Nick Sapounas represent a new Detroit psych-rock band stepping out on the scene, Dr. Wolf. Though the two longtime friends and collaborators come [...]

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    INTERVIEW: Women That Rock @ Brooklyn Bazaar

    July 20th, 2018|0 Comments

    Last week on Friday the 13th at Brooklyn Bazaar, Women That Rock put together their first GIG LIKE A GYRL summer extravaganza showcasing women in punk rock & other DIY [...]

    NEWS ROUNDUP: Political Popstars, Return of the 2000s & More

    July 20th, 2018|0 Comments

    Pussy Riot Political Popstars, Return of the 2000s & More By Jasmine Williams Pussy Riot Forever! Days after members of Pussy Riot were arrested for staging a protest [...]

    LIVE REVIEW – Guerilla Toss at Union Pool

    July 19th, 2018|0 Comments

    All Photos by Sarah Knoll The New York based genre bending band Guerilla Toss established a month-long residency at Brooklyn’s Union Pool. Playing every Tuesday in June, residencies [...]

    VIDEO PREMIERE: Powersnap “Chemistry”

    July 19th, 2018|0 Comments

    The only thing I remember from high school chemistry class is making ice cream and how a microwave works. I don’t remember any specific purple substances guarded by emotionless 20-somethings [...]