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Taking Rae Sremmurd's "No Type" into their own hands, New York-based duo ASTR put an original spin onto the hit song.
When Until the Ribbon Breaks first came onto our radar in fall 2013, frontman and producer Pete Lawrie Winfield admitted he imagined the project as a one-off deal. Fast-forward 18 months, and it's expanded to a permanent trio with a full-length album.
It's surprising to learn that a music producer as adept at genre-jumping as Lee Bannon didn't excel in band class as a kid growing up in Sacramento, California.
While some may prefer California sun and surf rock, this edition of the column focuses on the tracks that perfectly encapsulate the sights, smells, and sounds of New York City.
Filled with upbeat, yet melancholic indie pop songs, Life In Film's debut album merges influences that range from The Smiths and The Doors to Belle & Sebastian and David Bowie.
Although he might have made an early name for himself as Mac DeMarco's frequent collaborator (see: Makeout Videotape), 25-year-old musician Alex Calder has now stepped out on his own.
Opening with an electric guitar solo, Voli's "Stop Me" slowly progresses to sample pop and rock rhythms with an air of ease and style.
Less than a year ago, singer, songwriter, and rapper Kat Dahlia's fate was uncertain, but after four months of near solitary confinement, her voice suddenly came back.
Matched with her wardrobe of 1920s vintage dresses and the habit of saying things like "crazy weird" and "super beautiful," Hailey Tuck could perhaps be described best as Daisy Buchanan and Velma Kelly's long-lost love child.
The much anticipated, female cast of Ghostbusters has been announced! http://t.co/NjvPr4xjqo