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One For The Dreamers: Woman's Hour

One For The Dreamers: Woman’s Hour

Indie music in today’s culture has gained recognition as well as popularity from music lovers abroad. From the average teen turned Grammy winner Lorde, to the stylistic edge of The 1975, there’s no denying it’s a genre to watch. But one band, London-based Woman’s Hour, has turned the tables on what we see as top...
Get To Know Them: Olivver

Get To Know Them: Olivver

Since starting his solo career, Bryan Sammis has been busy creating unique, soulful, and hauntingly beautiful music under the artist name Olivver.  He recently released his first music video for the song “Lucy (Hurt People Hurt People),” and we had the chance to talk to him about his music, his creative process, his new clothing...
Mixtape Radar: M.

Mixtape Radar: M.

M. just released the second edition of his monthly mixtape series titled, “Where Am I” Volume 2. It features some funky remixes he found digging around and some new tunes from the homies. Live edits and production incorporated by M. himself! Feel free to play it during your BBQ’s or warm ups for your evening...
Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Naomi Punk’s music is simple but crazy, it’s both light and heavy on your ears, and it represents what the Seattle and Olympia areas are morphing into. As they prepare to release their second studio album Television Man, I had the chance to speak to them about their new work, their hometown, their art, and...
Tomboy Presents: Roll Out

Tomboy Presents: Roll Out

Tomboy, an electro-pop duo with members Sarah Aument and William Shore, is the best thing to come out of NYC this year. It’s been three weeks since the debut of Tomboy’s “Roll Out,” and its already made its way to one of Flavorwire’s top five singles of the week—and there’s reason for that. “Roll Out”...
Album Analyst: Comedown Machine

Album Analyst: Comedown Machine

When I think of The Strokes, who are the original kings of alternative rock, the difference between them and most other bands is in the legacy that they have created for themselves, and in the near cult following they have amassed. Their music can be described as a journey, a progression as the band explores...
FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo

FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo

FOX & FAIR: A New Musical Duo It’s not very often that you come across people in the state of Texas who are not only passionate about the Indie music genre, but can also write and produce it in an eloquent form. Recently, I came across “Fox & Fair,” a male and female duo who...

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