With queer rebel heroes, with "flame-colored hair, and rhinestoned suits," Heaven Sent Delinquent paints the landscape of your mind with a cast of outsiders on road trips and love stories, enjoying escape with whiskey out of paper cups.
It's music so powerful you'll be able to blast straight through Mercury retrograde with this on repeat.
End your Friday by celebrating girl power with Snow Angel's latest release, "Trampoline of Emotion," off their upcoming full-length.
AudioFemme premieres the music video for A Place Both Wonderful and Strange's "Prom Night" along with a remix by Chicago-based Hiding.
Dark yet danceable, "La La La La La" is the ultimate bounce to get ready for your week of Halloween parties.
"I would like to inspire my listeners to reflect upon what they can do, in their own lives, to make their environment a better one, and what kind of choices they are making each day. A change in one person's heart will create a ripple effect of change. I want people to become more aware of their own power."
Los Angeles-based The Vigils pay tribute to the USA Network's 1980's influential music video show Night Flight with their luring new video for forthcoming single of the same name.
Moody, romantically gloomy, and fit for a horror film soundtrack (intentionally) as summer fades to fall, calling forth longer nights, Scorpio season seances and Halloween, we sat down with Sable, who is also an accomplished beauty writer, to talk about her favorite horror films, tour beauty regimes, and racism she's dealt with while performing.
Despite the optimistic initial associations upon hearing a title such as "Song for Eternity," Haering and Possible delivery cold realities.
At Brooklyn's Morbid Anatomy Museum, occult-feminist-doom-gaze-dance-pop (possible the best descriptors in the universe) group A Place Both Wonderful and Strange released their new record The Laura Palmer Deviations in the form of a visual performance.