Archive for April,2017

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks Fire Back With Kali

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks Fire Back With Kali

April 19, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks are a force to be reckoned with. Her unabashed, full-throttle alternative rock style is perfectly represented in the title of her upcoming EP, Kali. If you are unfamiliar with the Hindu goddess, Kali is generally […]

Kotek: Vancouver Island’s EDM Gem

Kotek: Vancouver Island’s EDM Gem

April 18, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Michael Mlikotic, better known as Kotek, puts out some amazing electronic dance music from his debut, Aurora. The young man has an ear for catchy riffs and solid beats and a mind that can put them all together in a […]

Bailey Bryan Dominates On So Far

Bailey Bryan Dominates On So Far

April 17, 2017 - 1 Comment - Reviews

Here at Lemonade Magazine, we have had the pleasure of knowing about Bailey Bryan for a while now. We covered her first music video for the ridiculously catchy “Own It” and we had the chance to chat with the soon-to-be […]

Bishop Briggs Drops Debut EP

Bishop Briggs Drops Debut EP

April 14, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

At this point most people probably know who Bishop Briggs is. She has been a beast performing consistently for the past year and will continue to hit up some of the summer’s biggest festivals in 2017 including Coachella and Bottlerock Napa. I […]

#TBT Billy Pettinger Is Billy The Kid

#TBT Billy Pettinger Is Billy The Kid

April 13, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

The pros and cons of indie vs. major label could be argued over for hours upon hours. We live in a world now where YouTube sensations are a thing of the past and instead, six-second videos on Vine are creating […]

The Glass Child Drops This Silence Now

The Glass Child Drops This Silence Now

April 12, 2017 - 2 Comments - Reviews

Charlotte Eriksson, better known as The Glass Child, is set to release her latest EP, This Silence Now. The multi-faceted artist, who has been writing songs, poetry and books for more than half a decade, takes her raw emotions and […]

BEL HAVEN Could Be Love

BEL HAVEN Could Be Love

April 11, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

If you were lucky enough to be able to catch the show for BEL HAVEN at Hotel Café, one of the premiere music venues in Los Angeles, last week, then you already know about the new single, “Could Be Love”. […]

Rudie Edwards: Big Hair & Soul Train

Rudie Edwards: Big Hair & Soul Train

April 11, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

What we know about pop singer Rudie Edwards and her future is limited, but her debut single, “Lover Like You”, is a catchy throwback disco-esque track and is totally outrageous. So we wanted to know more! Well, we had the […]

Strange Familia Release Self-Titled Debut

Strange Familia Release Self-Titled Debut

April 10, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Hailing from Salt Lake City, the guys of Strange Familia, consisting of Garret Williams and Brecken Jones, are positioning themselves for a breakout with their debut self-titled album. The 11-song odyssey of the birth, blossoming and maturation of love is filled with […]

Introducing Seattle’s Own Shook Up

Introducing Seattle’s Own Shook Up

April 07, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Band Name: Shook Up Where are you from? Matt is from Oklahoma, by way of Austin, Texas, but has lived in Seattle for the better part of a decade, so I’d say he’s a legit Seattleite. He did some growing […]

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