Posts byAnna Ernst

Latest Video From All Types of Kinds Is Visual Poetry

Discovering an up-and-coming band that appeals to your current taste in music is always an exciting revelation. When that same band manages to combine genres in a discography that both challenges and inspires listeners, however, that’s when you know you’ve discovered something truly rare and special. Traversing such an eclectic musical landscape as they curate
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Latest Single by Jess McAvoy is Exactly ‘What You Want’

Pairing enchantingly nostalgic notes with her lulling lyrical presence, singer-songwriter Jess McAvoy continues to captivate listeners with the release of her latest sentimental single, “Do What You Want”. An old soul in both emotion and experience, McAvoy first began her musical journey over two decades ago in Perth, Australia and has since settled in Brooklyn,
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Crows Approach Punk with Silver Tongues in Debut LP

Home to a countless number of legendary musicians both past and present, the United Kingdom has long been an influential frontrunner on the hardcore music scene. The emergence of punk rock in the ‘70s is perhaps one of the most notable genres embraced by the UK. Rapidly becoming a cultural movement of its own, the
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Mark Mathews Puts the Fizz in Folk with Upcoming EP

The recipe for success has long been an elusive formula to dreamers and doers alike. Abstract by nature and open to interpretation, there is frequent debate surrounding the vast and varying means to go about achieving one’s goals. Though a tangible guide to greatness has yet to be composed, perhaps the one key ingredient that
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Guide Dog Is Not The “Dead Beat”

The transition from one year to the next can often be a time of daunting confusion as we prepare to step into the first chapter of a new, twelve month long era. Capturing this sense of disorientation with the New Year’s Eve release of their single “Dead Beat”, the three-piece Welsh band Guide Dog has
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Little White Things turn up the heat with ‘In the Fire’

When considering the qualities of indie music, perhaps one of the genre’s most unique cornerstones is the tendency to adopt and adapt characteristic elements from other genres to create an entirely new sound that seems to flirt with indefinability. Armed with an arsenal of eclectic influences, Irish/Swedish duo Little White Things is doing just that
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Lailien takes us to ‘Heaven’

Though social commentary has long held a place in the world of creativity, the modern music scene appears to have embraced their platform as a tool for education and change like never before. With more and more musicians drawing upon our current political climate for inspiration, I had to wonder if Toronto-based artist Lailien would
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