Who does George think he is, changing the date of his weekly post around all the time. Classy Cassie and I were discussing today the boulder rolling down a hill that is George right now. George’s assent into blog stardom started with his extremely well written and often emotionally charged ‘Sunday With George’ reviews, hence
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Today, the world welcomes Oyster Love with open arms – the new EP baby from retro-esque duo Juno Francis (Angelica Ranåsen and Jacob Fagerstå). Self described as “the lovechild of a 60s gentleman and an 80s lady”, this Berlin based duo first caught my ears on Instagram with their track “Queen’s Anthem”, which yes, I
Honestly man, I don’t know either….but this track is pretty dope. Magic Bronson, an LA based indie duo, are unsurprisingly playful and quirky – staples that seem to be crucial to all acts under Handwritten Records. In their own words, they “spearhead music trends, tackling social issues and the anxiety of what’s going on in
It’s hard to know what existence is these days – are we here? Are we gone? Is my heart still beating? THANK GOODNESS B & the Hive pulled through with their new EP “Heart Beat” to serve as a sonic defibrillator. California cruisin’ kids, B & the Hive are best known for their ethereal and
I picked a song a year for the last decade (skipping 2020 for obvious reasons, including that it’s not over yet). I can’t commit and say these were the best song of each year, just songs I dig. I’ll be shocked if any of these shock you. Enjoy. Easy listening here: 10 Years, 10 Songs
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,
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.