Archive for Tag: Alt-Pop

Kylie Spence Drops Stuck On You

Kylie Spence Drops Stuck On You

September 24, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

About a year ago, we discovered an up and coming singer-songwriter by the name of Kylie Spence. At the time the 16-yr old musician had just released her debut single, “Lying Eyes” and it opened a new world for us. […]

Break Out Day Unveils New EP

Break Out Day Unveils New EP

March 30, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Sometimes we come across an artists that is not necessarily something we typically listen to, but today we are happy to present to you a Long Island band bringing back some sounds that will feel familiar. The alt-rockers, Break Out […]

Swimming With Bears Love French Girls

Swimming With Bears Love French Girls

March 08, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Every day my email inbox is bombarded by hundreds of anxiety-inducing messages asking me to review a new video, a single, an EP or a full-length album. It is nearly impossible to get to every single one. But the reward […]

DYLYN Drops Sauvignon And A Kimono

DYLYN Drops Sauvignon And A Kimono

March 06, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Anger can be a hell of a catalyst for great music. And for Toronto alt-pop artist, DYLYN, not only did some brilliant music result from her dark and explosive feelings, but it was a cathartic to unleash her pent up […]

Glass Mansions Are Just Friends

Glass Mansions Are Just Friends

March 05, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews, Video Reviews

Sometimes we like gentle music. Sometimes we like rock music. And sometimes we need Glass Mansions. Fronted by sensual and sexy vocals of Jayna Doyle and the multi-talented Blake Arambula, the South Carolina-based alt-pop/indie rock duo have released their newest […]

Vermillion Road Unleashes Only One

Vermillion Road Unleashes Only One

January 26, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

Music can be a colorful experience. And for Vermillion Road‘s vocalist, Will Robison, and guitarist, Hunter Heurich, those words could not be truer. Both have synesthsia, which, in layman’s terms, is the joining of senses and in this particular case, […]

DYLYN Howls In Her Latest Single, Wolf

DYLYN Howls In Her Latest Single, Wolf

January 22, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

We love Canadians. I mean, my business partner and editor, Brandon, is half Canuck. Honestly, he is probably in Canada more often than he is in his hometown. Sorry, I am a little off topic. So on that note, I […]

Julie Elody Turns On The Lights

Julie Elody Turns On The Lights

November 15, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews, Video Reviews

If there was a visual metaphor for a person’s attempt to escape the grasp of anxiety, “The Lighthouse” by singer/songwriter Julie Elody might be the best representation to date. The New Orleans, LA artist takes the best of her rock-inspired […]

DRMCTHR Says To Hold Your Love

DRMCTHR Says To Hold Your Love

November 10, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

In the world of alternative music, the genre seems to be a catch-all for a style that just does not seem to fit any other type of music. And because of that we continue to fragment the genre into sub-genres. […]

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