Archive for Tag: Rock

Lauren O’Connell: Details And Sugar Gliders

Lauren O’Connell: Details And Sugar Gliders

March 27, 2018 - (0) comments - Interviews

It has been almost two months since we had the pleasure of premiering Lauren O’Connell‘s new LP, Details. And then we were given the opportunity to speak with the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter about her songwriting process, why sugar gliders are […]

PREMIERE: EXNATIONS Release New Single

PREMIERE: EXNATIONS Release New Single

March 02, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

It is time for another premiere here at Lemonade Magazine! This one comes straight out of Brooklyn, NY from a band called EXNATIONS. Their brand new single “Can’t Get Hurt” is a prelude to their debut EP, Tiny Sound In […]

EL MAR Is Back With New Life

EL MAR Is Back With New Life

February 24, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When we reviewed “You’d Know Today” by El Mar, we knew we were on to something special. The single from the Brooklyn-based Joey Primero was filled with southern/alternative rock themes and generously sprinkled with that wonderful, soft country twang that […]

PREMIERE: Ladychild Unleashes Man Overboard

PREMIERE: Ladychild Unleashes Man Overboard

February 21, 2018 - 1 Comment - Reviews

The up and coming pop singer/songwriter Genevieve Faivre, better known by her stage name LadyChild, has asked us to premiere her sophomore single, “Man Overboard”, off of her upcoming debut self-titled EP. And we just had to say yes! The […]

Dylan Dunlap Lives Microphones & Lights

Dylan Dunlap Lives Microphones & Lights

February 01, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

When it comes to experiencing life, 21-year old singer/songwriter Dylan Dunlap has been there. The Los Angeles-native has felt the highest of highs and the lowest of lows ranging from signing a record deal and appearing on NBC’s The Voice […]

Sleigh Bells Slay With New EP

Sleigh Bells Slay With New EP

December 07, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Sleigh Bells are one of those bands that despite their incredible talent, somehow manage to get overlooked. I am not sure if their relative obscurity is intended by the band or a joint effort by hipster fans. Regardless, it works, […]

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