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New Albums for the Remainder of June!

by Mickayla Whitt
While tours and festivals have gotten canceled, artists are still releasing music. Here’s four albums for you to look forward to the rest of June! Phoebe Bridgers – Punisher The 25-year-old indie artist has her second album out on June 19th. Following the release of her debut album, “Stranger in the Alps,” in September 2017, […]

Enjoy These Five New Singles by Women Musicians

by Marissa Bachrach
As quarantine trudges into the summer months, many artists have been continuing to release new music. Recently, several new singles have come out; here are five of the best songs (coincidentally all by awesome women artists) that you need to check out! “I See You” by Phoebe Bridgers Indie singer-songwriter, Phoebe Bridgers, dropped her newest […]

The Top 10 Recent Releases of Quarantine

by Marissa Bachrach
As musicians and fans alike spend more time in self isolation, many artists have been continuing to release music. Some artists, like HAIM, are releasing pre-recorded music in preparation for upcoming albums. Other artists, like Still Woozy, have been mixing music from the comfort of their homes to cure their boredom. Whether it’s a surprise […]

The Most Anticipated New Music of 2020

by Marissa Bachrach
As we roll into March, (already… how?) more and more artists are officially announcing or hinting at upcoming albums to be released this year. These are some of the most anticipated albums of 2020. As for officially announced albums go, our top 3 albums to look out for this year are as follows: 1. Haim, […]

Bastille Gets Experimental in “Other People’s Heartache, Pt.4” EP

by stephescobar8
Bastille recently released their “Other People’s Heartache, Pt.4” EP.   They originated in Britain by lead singer Dan Smith starting a solo project. He later expanded by having keyboardist Kyle Simmons, bassist and guitarist Will Farquarson, and drummer Chris Wood. The name Bastille comes from a celebrated holiday in France on July 14, which so […]