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So far Amber Robbin has created 7 blog entries.


Twice a month, AudioFemme profiles artists both emerging and established, who, in this industry, must rebel against misogynist cultural mores. Through their music  they express the attendant hurdles and adversities (vis-a-vis the entertainment industry and beyond) propagated by those mores. For our sixth installment, Amber Robbin profiles Weyes Blood, a one-woman psych folk powerhouse that challenges [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:13:48+00:00November 5th, 2014|FEATURES, Femme Unfiltered, Recent|

ALBUM REVIEW: Tomorrows Tulips “When”

photo by Taylor Bonin Tomorrows Tulips was born from the ashes of front man/pro-surfer Alex Knost’s previous venture, Japanese Motors, and a fortuitous experiment with his girlfriend at the time, Christina Kee. The twosome embarked on a musical union inspired by Kee’s fledgling foray into drumming, and by the next day, the group [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:13:54+00:00October 15th, 2014|MUSING, Recent, Reviews|

ALBUM REVIEW: Homeshake “In the Shower”

If you like your shower with a side of jazz and Twilight Zone, Homeshake’s new album on Sinderlyn/Bad Actors may be your spirit animal. Homeshake is the side project of Peter Sagar, better known for playing guitar with Mac DeMarco. Following the Dragon Ball Z-inspired release, The Homeshake Tapes, In the Shower is similarly strange [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:13:55+00:00October 10th, 2014|MUSING, Recent, Reviews|

ALBUM REVIEW: Empires “Orphan”

Orphan, the first major label release on Chop Shop/Island Records from contemporary rockers Empires, is equal parts purist and fugitive. With deference for all that came before them, the four Chicago natives spin out in multiple, bold new directions. Throughout, Sean Van Vleet’s silky vocals run like water over the sharp edge of gritty garage [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:13:56+00:00October 2nd, 2014|MUSING, Recent, Reviews|

ALBUM REVIEW: Braeves “Drifting by Design”

Childhood friends Ryan Colt Levy and Derek Tramont are the backbone of Long Island ensemble Braeves, but it was a labor of love and experimentation with more recent add-ons Thomas Killian McPhillips IIV and Nick LaFalce that brought forth their melodically-inspired new sound. The group, produced by Mike Watts, has garnered comparisons to Local Natives, [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:13:59+00:00September 15th, 2014|MUSING, Recent, Reviews|

ALBUM REVIEW: Duologue “Never Get Lost”

The many worlds traversed in Duologue’s newest album, Never Get Lost, must be revisited time and time again in order for each crevice of its ethereal soundscape to fully reveal itself to the listener. The emotional experience of this London five-some’s latest work, however, is best summed up by the cover art – a soul [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:14:02+00:00September 8th, 2014|MUSING, Recent, Reviews|

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Chastity Belt “Black Sail”

“Black Sail” is not the typical fare for the ballsy, brazen females of Walla Walla, Washington’s indie rock group Chastity Belt. Nevertheless, their irreverent 2013 debut No Regerts from Help Yourself Records kicks off with the sonorous, uptempo track, highlighting Julia Shapiro’s powerful, pining tone before diving into the cohort’s staple off-kilter gems like “Nip [...]

By |2018-08-09T17:14:02+00:00September 5th, 2014|FEATURES, Recent, Video of the Week|

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