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NEW MUSIC UPDATE: February 2021 Playlist

by Mallory Dwortz
This month has already been exploding with new releases and music industry updates. Artists are rising out of the 2020 gloom, dropping new singles, creating new projects, and announcing upcoming albums. In order to keep track of all these new-music-happenings, we have another playlist for you! Read on for relevant music news, and brief reviews […]

Check Out This Playlist of New Releases/Remixes!

by Mallory Dwortz
This week, I decided to sit down and collect a few new January hits to sit happily in another Red Roll playlist. When I’m bored, I always like to scroll through Spotify’s “Release Radar,” a recurring playlist of new music from artists they know I’ve been listening to. It’s a fun way to stay up […]

bb u ok?

by Mallory Dwortz
San Holo’s latest release is warming my heart with its soothing, yet uplifting beats, and totally meme-able song title, “bb u ok.” Made available for streaming on December 1st, this new single upholds San Holo’s commitment to support and positivity, using it to interact with and check-in on fans. All over his Twitter account, Sander […]

ODESZA and Golden Features Drop Another BRONSON Single

by Mallory Dwortz
This year, ODESZA and Golden Features teamed up to collaborate on an exciting new project, BRONSON. The debut album is still under wraps, and they continue to release new additions, teasing fans with their latest jams. “DAWN” is out now! The group’s newest single, “DAWN,” joined “HEART ATTACK” and “VAULTS” at the end of June, […]

End June With Some New Music

by Mallory Dwortz
We may have been on lockdown, but the music world refuses to slow down! Albums are dropping and artists are working hard to give us a concert-free summer we’ll never forget. Today, I’d like to keep it pretty chill– just sharing some recent music releases that will hopefully brighten another summer week without live music. […]

Bring Your Favorite Festival Home This Year!

by Mallory Dwortz
This year is obviously a rough one for festivals. Fields that should be overrun by sweaty, tie-dye-wearing music lovers now lie empty– mud that was supposed to get stuck under our fingernails and matted into our hair waits patiently under a layer of grass. Next year guys, next year. Just because this festival season has […]