As much as I love a good full length album, let’s recap on some dope tracks from recent days. Check your sanity at the door, make way for some grooves. OBVIOUSLY we are going to start with blink-182’s “Quarantine”. Classic. Fuck quarantine. (But also, please keep quarantining and wearing masks). I’m late to the game,
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We can relax now.
This last week has been a difficult one – filled with outrage, uprisings, and injustice. Coming in like a slice of relief at the end of this whirlwind week, Uruguay releases “Whisper”. While many artists are pushing their releases back a few weeks, Uruguay stood by their release date knowing that its impact is greater
Today, Kyle Nicolaides graced us with his first independent track in years, “Sedona”, shedding a ray of light in this currently dark and strange wash of days we’ve all been lost in. Serving as aloe for the soul, this track is as self-aware and honest as it is beautiful. Of the song, Kyle says “I
Digging into my Sonoma County roots this week with Pokey LaFarge’s new album Rock Bottom Rhapsody. This well-dressed fella is just as rockabilly and western swing in fashion as he is in song – it’s hard to say whether his sharply dressed outfits or sing-song blues will make you swoon first. As said by St.
We’re all quarantined going slightly quaran-sane, but Kllo is here to remind you that they are “Still Here” despite the chaos. While some of us are really enjoying the time and space and other silver linings this quarantine has to offer, there are just as many people who are not doing okay. Though this track
Mercury’s no longer in retrograde, but I’m still feeling that VIBE. The universe keeps spewing off big dick energy, keyword: dick, and we deserve a curated playlist to help us trudge through its mess. I’ve done the dirty work for you and dug up some f*ck off favorites and feel yourself flavors to entice your
*Please note this article was written before the allegations and shut down of Burger Records. This article was written in earnest, but some contents of this article are no longer in line with my opinion. It’s February 14th….why does this feel like it’s supposed to be a significant day? Oh yeah! It’s a Friday! Which
Classy Cassie here, and one thing you should know about me is that almost NOTHING excites me more than checking out an artist I’ve never seen or heard of before. I have deep rooted love and admiration for the legends that built the platform to allow all these slinky new genres to fill up the
Oh heyyyy, Jen here, coming at you early with another #WCW to get your #HumpDay bumping. Name the child after me. Too far? Never. Without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to the seductive sounds of Lianne La Havas: Critics describe La Havas as a massage for your eardrums. And by critics, I mean