Posts Tagged ‘New Music’

Two Friends Release Summer Single, “Bandaid”

by Ben LaScola
Though they continue the familiar double-white-guy-DJ routine, Two Friends make music with a triumphant style all their own.   On June 22, Matt Halper and Eli Sones, the creative duo behind the on-the-button name, Two Friends, released their latest song, “Bandaid.” A bubbly, summertime pop track, “Bandaid” makes for a great addition to your summer playlist. Just […]

New Release – Pink Is The Colour of Unconditional Love

by Teagan O'Connor
Experimental pop-aussie, Gabriella Cohen has released her sophomore album: Pink Is The Colour of Unconditional Love.   Fans of the ascending Brisbane singer received her 2017 debut, Full Closure and No Details, with immediate infatuation. Being released first independently in Australia and shortly thereafter in the US via Captured Tracks — the same label that […]

Punk is Dead

by tiernj03
FIDLAR    “Fuck it Dog, Life’s a Risk,” the acronym that embodies the FIDLAR of old and the new. The band is led by lead singer, Zac Carper, from Hawaii, along with his trials and tribulations in life as an addict. FIDLAR takes you on a journey of what it means to be a modern […]

New Release – Dr. Dog: Critical Equation

by Teagan O'Connor
Album Titles   Whether it’s a self-titled debut album, or the first release of new music in 5 years, an album’s name is the most pure way to get a peak inside a musician’s head. Are they saying, “I’m Harry Styles and this is my sound”, or are they cluing you into the spark that […]

Odesza Releasing New Music TOMORROW!

by meganetarter
While Odesza has been quiet on the new music front over the past year, it seems the duo will finally be releasing something new. Their Spotify account was recently updated with a new playlist, seemingly in Morse Code, which has led fans to believe new music is on its way. The playlist, titled “…._/..___…..” was […]

New Album Autumn: October Recap

by Alyssa O'Brenski
The transition from summer concerts to Christmas music brings out the best in artists from every crevice of the music industry. From album to EP, we break down some of the strongest and most notable releases of the month. Green Day, Revolution Radio (October 7) The familiar angst and rioting voice of the American Idiots […]