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Togetherness and the search for connection is a big reoccurring theme on Brian Walker’s latest album—whose sound swings from bar band to anti-folk to straight indie rock with cohesion.
Interview with Moxie Pocket: the experimental rock band creating bombastic live shows and haunting walls of sound
“Performance is spellcraft, shaping a moment to a collective will.”
We all have our disparate lives, but the Fragile Plane is about what we share—what we can all find and appreciate in each other.
Elliott Douglas’ Los Angeles-based band’s latest album successfully emerges with songs that do not sacrifice catchiness for darkness.
“Come, all ye unfaithful,” and let Dancer’s latest EP deliver a shot of Brit-punk irreverence right to your main vein.
We spoke to Pink Navel about going on tour with Open Mike Eagle, collaborating with Kenny Segal, and the Boston music scene.
Listening to the Bristol-based post-punk band’s latest release is like playing through your favorite iPhone 4 video game in your parents’ sour-milk-smelling minivan.
Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer Jacob Rudin introduces the flute as an instrument that can fit into anything—hip-hop, EDM, psychedelia, smooth jazz, sunshine pop, you name it.