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TRACK REVIEW: Goodman “Hiccup”

With a very Beatles-esque vibe, Goodman is here to bring a bit of sunshine and chill to your dreary winter days with his latest single “Hiccup.” Singer/songwriter Michael Goodman delivers us this feel-good track that walks the line between...

TRACK PREMIERE: Citrus & Katie “Sludge”

Citrus & Katie’s latest track “Sludge” embodies its title, dredging its way through your system and sitting contentedly in your ears. It’s parts garage rock, funk, soul, and pop, making for an upbeat fusion track that’ll leave you smiling....

ARTIST INTERVIEW: Heat Thunder

Sitting down and chatting with Joe Montone of Heat Thunder quickly reveals how deeply ingrained passion is within his music.

ALBUM REVIEW: Cool Company “Slice of Paradise”

Slice of Paradise itself is a deviation from the more poppy side of what the band had been putting out so far, and it instead focuses on laid-back tracks that meld together in a seamless blend and is sprinkled...

TRACK REVIEW: Blinders “Hero”

Blinders' new track "Hero" will fill you to the brim with synthy goodness and have you dancing in no time. Review by AudioFemme.

TRACK REVIEW: Jesse Mac Cormack “Repeat”

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.

VIDEO REVIEW: Ex Reyes “Bad Timing”

Beautiful cinematography, chill vibes, and impressive Mardi Gras costumes and makeup are to be found in Ex Reyes' recent video for his single "Bad Timing"—meaning, it's a video worth watching.

VIDEO REVIEW: NENA “Genau Jetzt”

NENA, who you may know from her world famous single, "99 Luftballons," has recently come out with a new video for her latest song "Genau Jetzt" ("Right Now").

TRACK REVIEW: Zula “Basketball”

Feel like taking a musical voyage? Zula has got you covered with their psych pop jam “Basketball.” While figuring out exactly what their genre is (experimental? psych pop? synthpop?) might not be entirely possible, it’s fun to get lost...