Donnie Baker, Big Freedia, Action Bronson, a British secret, and a deep secret guilty pleasure…
I was about to read (watch TV) and decided that the American people needed to know about this. One question: have you ever been to Paris? Biggest takeaway: Lizzo got bars. Is this song on Spotify: NO, go impress your friends, get laid (maybe? good luck), and blast it loud in your car with the
If you love Back to the Future, dogs in the snow, or a good cry check out this week’s best tracks!
How seeing Harunemuri, Pom Pom Squad, and Beabadoobee could make or break your SXSW 2020 weekend.
Best New Tracks of the Week! Kate Davis, FKA Twigs, and more…
I’ve been through several drafts of this and just can’t find a take, because at the end of the day this is just a perfect album. You get about one or two of these a year, and this is the best the year has to offer. What really amazes me about this album is how
This is our weekly best new tracks article. We cover mostly brand new songs but also some gems from the last few weeks. Follow our playlist if you want to follow on Spotify or if you hate my writing and just want the music: 84 Palms – Ackerman Ackerman! I’ve been waiting for a long
Angel Olsen is back with some introspective howls in her new album, All Mirrors. It holds the heartbeat of a masterpiece and lets us in, as she lets go of a significant love interest to confront her spinning thoughts. Her voice rattles from cages away, mirroring some of the choices she had made in her
Mariah Carey OWNS Christmas. Mariah Carey makes more money off of Christmas than Hallmark and is Santa Claus’ best friend, and she reminded us in fantastic fashion with this People’s Elbow of an Instagram post: Mariah deserves all of the presents, literally all of them, but all she wants for Christmas is me which is
In addition to the best of the week, we will also be highlighting some other favorites. This is technically from last week since the big drop (wooo Friday), meh sue me. Red Shoulder – Squirrel Flower This is just a great song, plain and simple. It’s a familiar sound, but the Boston native absolutely nails