Archive for Tag: EP

Paulina Sjoberg Releases Deja Vu Vol. 1

Paulina Sjoberg Releases Deja Vu Vol. 1

April 26, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When Paulina Sjoberg reached out to me to premiere the first single, “When The Sea Became The City (Sea City)”, off of her current release, Deja Vu Vol. 1, I could not say no. While the young Houstonian’s style is […]

BAUM Drops An Ungodly Beast

BAUM Drops An Ungodly Beast

April 04, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When Sabrina Teitelbaum, better known by her stage name BAUM, hit the stage at Seattle’s Lo-Fi in South Lake Union, we knew she had the potential to be a star. The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter has finally released her debut EP, […]

Rob Drabkin’s Beautiful Day

Rob Drabkin’s Beautiful Day

April 02, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When Rob Drabkin took a family trip to New York while attending Trinity University in San Antonio, the future singer/songwriter did not realize that his career path would be significantly altered. Set on becoming a doctor while studying biochemistry and […]

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 […]

Company of Thieves Are Better Together

Company of Thieves Are Better Together

February 28, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

I have been freelance writing music reviews and doing interviews for the better part of seven years now. One of the first albums I ever reviewed was Company of Thieves‘s sophomore album, Running From A Gamble, and I absolutely loved […]

Mason Ashley Impresses Strangers

Mason Ashley Impresses Strangers

November 23, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

When I was presented with the new EP, Strangers, from 19-year old Mason Ashley, I was blown away by the maturity in her poetic and relatable lyrics. The second thing that caught my attention was her flawless, clear vocals that […]

Phoebe Ryan Hits Up Seattle’s Barboza

Phoebe Ryan Hits Up Seattle’s Barboza

November 22, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

I spent so many nights blacked out at Seattle’s Barboza, that this may have been the first and only time sober at the famed Capitol Hill music venue to catch the rising star, Phoebe Ryan. The decorum reminded me a little […]

Lea Cappelli: Inspiring A Fever Dream

Lea Cappelli: Inspiring A Fever Dream

November 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Lea Cappelli has been on our radar for close to a year and we have been trying to get an interview with the dark pop synth singer-songwriter for about as long. Thankfully, we got the opportunity and did not let […]

Amanda Mair Travels To The Moon

Amanda Mair Travels To The Moon

November 17, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Sweden has been a hotbed for female pop artists over the last decade or so. The likes of Lykke Li and Icona Pop dominated early in the decade, but have given way to the more recent artists like Tove Lo, Zara […]

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