Five years after the release of their fifth album After Laughter, the genre-neutral band is back with yet another funky tune that took Paramore fans by storm. Paramore’s fifth album After Laughter was a musical masterpiece in terms of writing, and without a doubt, one of the band’s best eras in music. In 2018, they […]
Gone are the days of rap videos being confined to just big booties and chains. While many videos still portray a braggadocious lifestyle and are successful with that approach, thoughtfully original visuals with a noticeable purpose seem to be taking the main stage as of late. From political statements to paying homage to their home, […]
Nina Nesbitt, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change Nina Nesbitt, Scottish singer and song-writer, has dominated the UK charts with her beautiful voice and elegant style over the past few years. From her famous single “Stay Out” to her most recent hit, “Is It Really Me You’re Missing,” Nina’s songs are on […]
For a few months now, Injury Reserve has been teasing a special something on social media. The hip-hop trio dropped the long-awaited single along with a self-directed music video. Injury Reserve formed in 2013 in the tiny town of Tempe, AZ (and boy oh boy have they delivered since). Ritchie With A T (yes that’s his […]
After going from a recent high school grad to an alternative pop superstar over the past year, Khalid has become a household name for his soulful ballads and relatable pop tunes about young love and growing up young in America. Khalid’s rise into the spotlight comes largely on the back of his incredibly successful single […]
Born and raised in San Antonio, Rejana Fernandez aka Rayne started to create a brand in 2012 that is now being called ‘Rayne Rising’. As an All-American teen she loves chocolate, pizza, hanging out with her friends and staying connected through social media. Rayne’s awareness of her natural musical talent didn’t _ to her until […]
If you’re looking to rock out to some psychedelic pop/rock at ACL, Wild Belle is your answer. Wild Belle is composed of Elliot and Natalie Berman, a brother/sister duo who were born and raised in Chicago. They experiment with different guitar riffs and vocal rhythms that create their unique sound. They’ve released two albums, one […]
After 4 years, 1 month, and 10 days of waiting, Frank Ocean has finally released his newest album, Blond. A couple listens in, I decided to take a shot at doing a track-by-track review of the long awaited album.
Neon Indian’s latest project, Vega Intl. Night School came on to the scene last fall and finally after a little under a year of touring and playing avant garde events (remember the video for “The Glitzy Hive” shot with GoPros?), Palomo and friends have released a visual dripping with 80’s iconography
As if Zayn’s “PILLOWTALK” could get any better than it already is, Tyler the Creator gives the song some funky touches of his own in a remix posted this past Tuesday.
If you’re looking to be temporarily transported musically to the streets of East LA this summer, look no further because Chicano Batman is going to be at Free Press Summer Fest.
Discovering new music is the most gratifying feeling ever. Even if the music I find is a year or two old, it is still refreshingly new to my ears and I’ll annoy my friends to no end playing their songs. Recently I’ve been listening to a lot more experimental and indie bands in my free […]
Since the release of The Life of Pablo less than two weeks ago, Yeezy season has been reawakened within the hip-hop community. Among the endless “Father Stretch My Hands” memes and Kanye tweets, a video directed by Steve McQueen for Kanye’s All Day has also resurfaced.
http://gty.im/491769058 Off her latest album, ANTI, Rihanna pairs up with Drake to create the hot and heavy music video for “Work.” If you’re a fan of Jamaican Dancehall-esque music (examples: “Hotline Bling” by Drake and “Sorry” by Justin Bieber), you will more than likely find Rihanna’s “Work” to be your new jam.
While Vampire Weekend hasn’t released any new music, Baio, otherwise known as Chris Baio from Vampire Weekend, released his debut solo album in September via Glassnote. Now, Baio has shared his music video for his title track, “The Names.”
Houston punk act Giant Kitty just released the video for their song “Don’t Stop That Bus,” their ode to America’s favorite surfer-accented actor who knows kung-fu. If you’ve never heard these ladies (+ gentleman), you’re in for a treat. They were nominated for Best Punk Act by Houston Press in 2015, and 2016 is shaping […]
The year is quickly coming an end, but it appears that the British band, The 1975, are only preparing for 2016.
If you’ve seen Tame Impala’s past music videos for “Cause I’m A Man” and “Let It Happen,” off his most recent album, Currents, you know how bizarrely out of this world the visuals are and how it goes oh so perfectly together with the tracks.
Much like in the past, Kali Uchis delivers one hell of a music video that includes her homeland Colombia and plenty of hip-heavy dancing.