New music roundups are a monthly recap dedicated to covering the latest music in a series of short, descriptive reviews. This month’s edition includes new releases from Brittany Howard, The Highwomen, Men I Trust and more. Adam Green - Engine of Paradise Adam Green's oddly charming poetry exudes of everything wonderful about the New York's … Continue reading New Music Roundup: September
The latest beach rock savants to burst onto the Santa Barbara scene have arrived with their full length debut album.
Long before they became present day indie sweethearts, Whitney's Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlrich were crafting up an enticing style of rock that captured both modern and retro flavors in a unique way. Their previous band, the glam and garage-inspired Smith Westerns became Chicago legends on the strength of three infinitely fun albums. Over half … Continue reading Album Review: Whitney – Forever Turned Around
On their debut single, Los Angeles-based indie outfit Acres Even embrace the inevitability of change, while proudly flashing their alt-rock sensibilities. The brand new track, titled "Separate," is a turbulent take on modern guitar-pop that sees the stout four-piece group arrive and exit in bold, immediate fashion. Musically, "Separate" features fiery performances on all fronts. … Continue reading Acres Even introduce their impassioned alt-rock on debut single “Separate”
New music roundups are a monthly recap dedicated to covering the latest music in a series of short, descriptive reviews. This month’s edition includes new releases from Leslie Stevens, Shura, Young Thug and more. A$AP Ferg - Floor Seats After releasing the highly acclaimed Trap Lord in 2013, many suspected A$AP Ferg had taken the reigns from … Continue reading New Music Roundup: August