St. Vincent – St. Vincent

With the amount of bands and artists available at our fingertips in the digital age, it can be hard to hear someone and think to yourself, ‘now there’s a distinct sound.’ Luckily, there will always be artists, no, trailblazers, … Read More >

Noah Gundersen Preview

Noah Gundersen unplugged his guitar from his amp and then his sister, Abby, followed suit with her violin as everyone in the crowd quieted each other with scattered “shh”s. In the next moment, Gundersen’s unsettling and earnest voice broke the silence … Read More >

An Evening with Cloud Cult

When asked to describe Cloud Cult, I always seem to be at a loss for words, because I feel words are not enough to truly capture the essence of their art. With their (figurative and literal) roots buried … Read More >

Paper Diamond Preview

Paper Diamond’s first album, Levitate, produced under the Pretty Lights Record Label includes songs with unique beats  that flow well together, without any of the louder and obnoxious trappings largely associated with trap music. Since the release of … Read More >

Broken Bells Album Review

Broken Bells, made up of producer-extraordinaire Danger Mouse and Shins songwriter/leading man James Mercer, return with a new album After the Disco, which improves on the sound of their 2010 self-titled collaboration. The album makes better use of … Read More >

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