Rethreading Until the Ribbon Breaks
January 26, 2015
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.
October 20, 2014
Together, Elliphant and Femme are supporting British alt-pop singer Charli XCX on her 20-stop North American tour this month, which began in Florida and will end up in San Francisco on Friday.
In the Zone with Zola Jesus
October 17, 2014
The forest is an interesting is an interesting storytelling trope: it can be enchanted and full of childlike majesty, or synonymous with with doom, darkness, and death.
Robyn and Röyksopp, One More Time
August 20, 2014
Röyksopp and Robyn have spent their summer on the “Do It Again” world tour, promoting their five-track mini-album, also titled Do It Again.
Woodkid is On Point
April 29, 2014
Woodkid has composed an original score for an eight-minute pièce d’occasion for the New York City Ballet Orchestra titled Les Bosquets (New Woodkid/JR) that will premiere on tonight, April 29, on the opening night of the Company’s 2014 Spring Season and will be performed five times during the opening week.
Exclusive Video Premiere and Interview: ‘Ready for You,’ Erik Hassle
April 24, 2014
Erik Hassle is a 26-year-old singer-songwriter with an intense, haunting voice. He’s had a number of successful singles on the charts in the U.K. and Europe, in particular “Hurtful” and “Don’t Bring Flowers.”
The Celluloid Peaches
October 18, 2013
Right now, Berlin-based Peaches is in New York City to screen her new film, Peaches Does Herself, and perform at (Le) Poisson Rouge. The film has been called an electro-rock opera and is all music, featuring 22 of Peaches’ songs
Discovery: Bright Light Bright Light
October 26, 2012
British electropop import Rod Thomas—better known by his stage name Bright Light Bright Light—wishes studious listeners would compare him to Neil Tennant.