Posts byNicole Encinas

We Are Experiencing ‘Love and Loathing’ With Confidence

On August 10, With Confidence released their new album Love and Loathing via Hopeless Records. Ahead of the album’s release, the band released three singles: “That Something,” “Jaded,” and “Moving Boxes”.   The Australian pop punk band from Sydney were formed in 2012. The band consists of lead vocalist/bassist Jayden Seeley, lead guitarist/backing vocalist Inigo Del
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Wingtip Gets you Walking Along the ‘Pavement’ with a Smile with his Sweet Single

Wingtip moves forward from his DJ/producer past and releases ‘”Pavement,” a sweet and captivating single. While incorporating his DJ and producer skills, he uses his own vocals to create a beautiful song.   Nicholas Perloff-Giles, also known as Wingtip, put his soul and emotion into this track. This indie-pop/folk/electro song comes off of his new Ghosts
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‘She’ Helps YIP YOPS Show off Their Talent

Originating from Palm Desert, California, YIP YOPS incorporate the electronic sound into an angsty/alternative style in new single, “She.”   The California band consists of four members: Ison Van Winkle, Ross Murakami, Jacob Gutierrez, and Mari Brossfield. All members are between the ages of 17 and 22. The young band are currently supporting Lauren Ruth
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Cold War Kids ask ‘Can We Hang On?’

Cold War Kids released a live version of “Can We Hang On?” from their new live album, Audience, due out on April 13. The release of this song is also accompanied by a live performance video. Although it is a live version of their studio recorded song, it is still just as impressive.   The
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Woodes Shines Under ‘Golden Hour’

Woodes, an Australian solo artist, recently released her new EP Golden Hour. She produced this herself alongside Scott Effman, Rob Kleiner, Kateboy, Thief, Holly Martin, and Elkkie as collaborators. She used a variety of instruments and unique sounds to create this EP. Some of these sounds include thunder, wind, swords, breaking glass, and birds. The
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