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a pop-ish roundup on the edge of snowpocalaypse 2021 [single reviews]

Sucré- "Permission": I think it's fair to say this is my favorite release from Sucré since "Inside." The power couple of Stacy and Darren King continue to kill it, with Stacy leading the way with sultry vocals and a powerful hook. There are bigtime Phantogram vibes in this song, which isn't a bad ...

Teenage Wrist – Earth Is A Black Hole

LA band Teenage Wrist is an outfit which intelligently weave stories throughout their songs. The act genuinely pushes for a better world on their record Earth Is A Black Hole. Yes, the title of this record may seem bleak and morbid, but the truth has never been so relevant. ...

Largemouth Brass Band – Repilot

It would be easy to dismiss Largemouth Brass Band as a one trick pony. Especially if, like me, you rarely take time to listen to brass oriented music. My main exposure to brass, horn driven music in the past has been Lucky Chops at SXSW. I wanted to like it but got bored quickly. Oh, well. Enter ...

joke’s on you by guccihighwaters is nothing to joke about

In a market where names like The Weeknd and Billie Eilish are so prominent why is no one talking about guccihighwaters? The lyricism, the DIY attitude and the pop prowess are all there and with the release of joke's on you guccihighwaters is a name that is bound to be heard more. For those that may ...

Speakers Stuck To The Core Of Their Rooms – Single Reviews.

Youth Fountain – Peace Offering. Perfectly emo. Youth Fountain do not derail off the beaten path but excel here. Latest single Peace Offering offers the disenchanted a song to play loudly, to play through the speakers stuck to the core of their rooms. It is an excellent track, ...

KO1 brings the heat in Soul Love

This EP came out in December but it feels oddly appropriate to be writing about it the weekend of Valentine's Day. Who says a corny holiday needs to be corny? This EP provides a slick, familiar soundtrack appropriate for having fun with someone you love, your friends or even some self-care. KO1 ...

LAU aims to make a “Believer” out of prospective fans

When I listen to Believer by LAU, a few words come to mind. Indulgent. Polished. Fun. Nostalgic. Slick. Alright, that's the review - see ya later! Just kidding. In all seriousness, Believer is a record where Aztec Records' LAU comes into her own. To most of the biz, she is known not by her ...