Posts byNaomi Pringle

The Eiffels Invite Us To “Spin Around”

Electro-pop group The Eiffels have honed a consistent, dance rock sound for years now, and now, fresh from last year’s Vans Warped Tour, they’ve released a brand new single “Spin Around.” Though they’ve been active since 2015, the Eiffels have yet still to release a full LP, creating a somewhat rare chronology of the evolution
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Tycho Drops New Single, “Pink & Blue”

On May 14th, Tycho and Saint Sinner dropped “Pink & Blue,” the second single from the soon to be released album, Weather. This will be their fifth studio album, and the first to feature human vocals beyond just snippets. The vocalist on this track, Saint Sinner, is a competent singer, if not exactly a surprising
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Logic releases new single “Homicide”

For Logic, it’s not enough that he’s an immensely successful rapper with listeners numbering in the hundred millions. He’s obsessed with his legacy, and being recognized as a hip hop titan not just by his fans but by the giants of the industry. On “Homicide,” Logic’s bitterness about this lack of recognition boils over as
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Club Kuru invites you to “Meet Your Maker”

This week, British psychedelic pop band Club Kuru released their second studio album, Meet Your Maker. Club Kuru has made a name for themselves over the past few years with their distinctive sound and exuberant live performances. Together, the members of Club Kuru create a colorful, textured psychedelic sound. Band frontman Laurie Erksine was a
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Schoolboy Q Hits a Wall in “CrasH Talk”

It’s been three years since Schoolboy Q has released an album, but from the way his latest drop, CrasH Talk, has been reported, you would think it’s been a decade. Hip hop is not a genre in which artists are inclined to take their time with releases. C There are a staggering number of incredible talented
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Las Aves Thinks “You Need A Dog”

“You Need a Dog,” the new music video out from Las Aves, opens on singer Zoe Whalen sprawled dejected in a teenaged bedroom. Pictures of celebrities plaster the walls and a stuffed dog sits at her feet. She’s just been dumped, and in a wistful deadpan she sighs into the phone, “I wish I could
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Analea Brown Builds Her “Queendom” In First EP

Queendom, the debut album from reggae singer Analea Brown, dropped March 22 and rose quickly to the #2 spot on the Billboard reggae charts. Before now, Brown has spent most of her career behind the scenes, ghostwriting for other artists before taking the spotlight as a performer. It’s surprising and impressive, then, to see how
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