Posts byMackenzie Harris

Pat Reilly Gets Dark in “Prince of the Night”

Pat Reilly’s debut EP Prince of the Night is an electronic pop album made up of reverberant synths and reflective lyrics. Created during the pandemic, the EP’s five tracks trace how Reilly feels about himself, his relationships, and the state of the world around him. Each song adds layers to the narrative of Reilly’s experiences.
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“Good Love 2.0” (Joe Goddard Remix) Is A Vibe

The “Good Love 2.0” Joe Goddard remix is fast-paced, bumping, and an absolute vibe. It’s an electro-pop track that feels like an instant mood booster. The remix puts Priya Ragu’s original pop and R&B vocals over synth-heavy instrumentals to make a house-party-worthy track. Ragu’s original version combines her talents in rap and R&B with traditional
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Stephen Jacques Will Make You Swoon

“When I Fell In Love With You” by Stephen Jacques is a heartfelt alt-rock track that is edgy yet sophisticated. A song about making the most of a new romance, its lyrics are steeped in youthful nostalgia but informed by Jacques’s maturity as an artist. It’s the first release from his upcoming album “Charmed to
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Babygirl’s Latest Track Is “Easy” Listening

Babygirl’s latest release, “Easy,” is the collision of bedroom pop and rock. It is layered with soft synths and sad guitar riffs, the perfect backdrop for a sentimental song about one-sided love. The track pines after someone who is decidedly uninterested. “Easy is written from the perspective of a person on the wrong side of
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“Lunar Light” By Mikey Ferrari Keeps Us Up All Night

Heartfelt and nostalgic, the latest release from Mikey Ferrari, “Lunar Light” is an indie-pop track about repairing a relationship at any cost. Unlike Ferrari’s first single “moving slow,” his new track is slower and embraces his softer side. Everything from the vocals to the instrumental feels deliberate and smooth, making it an easy listening experience
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IF can count on “Seven & One”

The soft vibrations of a gong introduce “Seven & One,” a heavy metal song created by the band IF, that seems to melt into itself. The track features dense bass and drumlines, creating a solid backdrop for the song’s progression. Soft, understated vocals and a sparing guitar line work to draw listeners in. As these
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By Small Ruin speaks to everyone in “Some People”

Catchy, emotive, and vocally powerful as ever, By Small Ruin is back with its latest release “Some People.” The instrumentation is subtle and strong, laying the groundwork for a catchy melody that feels almost stripped. It makes for a listening experience that prominently features alt-rock vocals and lyrics that inspire defiance and perseverance. “Some People”
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Mikey Ferrari Is Picking Up Speed With “moving slow”

Low, vibrating synth and a distorted voice immerse listeners into the other worldly soundscape of “moving slow.” On his first release, Mikey Ferrari serves vibrational, echoing vocals paired with lucidly layered sounds. It is a track that feels distinctly foreign, haunting, and futuristic. “moving slow” is an introspective track offering a listening experience that is
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