Sweet, sour and glittering with adrenaline (appropriately named) transcendent Detroit trio Tart have made a reputation for themselves by deconstructing new wave and electroclash to spawn their genre-defying sound. Together, vocalist Zee Bricker, guitarist Adam Michael Lee Padden and...
Lee Triffon's latest EP "Different Sun" is provided us with the much-needed chill we need to add back into 2016.
Let Ex Reyes' new EP "Do Something" transport you away from the hellish landscape of America, at least temporarily.
Sitting down and chatting with Joe Montone of Heat Thunder quickly reveals how deeply ingrained passion is within his music.
The incomparable maven of Detroit pop, Bevlove released her EP Talk That Shit last week which pop, locks and drops feral beats with a disciplined hip-hop assertiveness that undoubtedly rewires the game.
It would be easy to assume that an EP titled "No Future" would be a completely defeatist collection of woes, worries, and shortcomings but in the case of producer, soul-pop performer James Linck, “No Future” does not mean surrender.
The single “Kite View” quivers with fragility but not weakness.
With his minimalist style and entrancing rhythms, Jesse Mac Cormack is putting out music that'll have you grooving in no time. His single "Repeat" from his latest EP After the Glow is a shining example of that.
“Dream house” voyager Ardalan Sedghi is Humons, a kinetically electrified project whose atomic beats swell in “Underneath” the debut single from the Spectra EP due out this fall.
Brooklyn-based songstress VÉRITÉ creates empowering, emotion-packed music that has a tinge of surrealism, which can best be seen through her latest EP, Living.