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Jenny Broke the WIndow is Breaking Out with ‘Feels Good’

Australia seems to be leading the world in the innovation of new music. From Dylanesque songwriter and snark-master Courtney Barnett to neopsychedelic band Tame Impala, the land down under has been turning out some truly impressive and creative musicians. Riding this wave of success is Sydney-based band Jenny Broke the Window, who just released their […]

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Zealyn Drops Dark, Brooding Debut EP

Two of my favorite musical elements are dark, chilled out synths and strong, female vocalists.  Combine the pair and you get the intoxicating sounds of electropop queens like Tove Lo, Banks and Halsey. Now you can add newcomer Zealyn to that list. In an interview for the release of her debut EP, Limbic System, Zealyn […]

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ARMS Impress with “Patterns,” Third Album

When ex-Harlem Shakes’ guitarist Todd Goldstein started his solo project ARMS 10 years ago, the success amassed by the now-four-piece indie rock outfit was nothing but a pipe dream. Today, ARMS’ sound has garnered a ton of attention and Patterns, their third studio album, is their best work yet. ARMS Earns Every Ounce of Attention […]

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Emanuel and the Fear Comment on Connectivity

Today, we’re lucky enough to live in a culture that allows anyone to be a performer. Through social media we have the opportunity to showcase our talents or build a complementary internet persona who can be the opposite of how we act in real life. With sites like Twitter, YouTube, Vine, etc., the world is […]

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Lightwave Empire Kill You with Love in Latest

Out of pain come moments of strength. In strength we find a way to have pleasure in happiness. Lightwave Empire’s new EP, Kill Me with Love, is an anthem to that journey. But don’t get the wrong idea; the sound Lightwave Empire builds is not dark or ominous with willful lyrics. Quite the contrary, their […]