Week in Pop: Emily Ritz, Hélène Barbier, Pictorial Candi

A Beacon School, DJ Platurn, Fléau, Madam West, guest selections by Fijimacintosh.

Tribe Society Releases 27 Mixtape, Creates Another Layer of Beauty with 27 Club

“Discover some of these classic songs reimagined in our sound.”

27th Birthday Jams

Because it’s my mothaf*ckin birthday.

Ships Have Sailed Share “Up”, Talk Perseverance and Bright Future

“Honestly I love imagining other people’s worlds.”

Week in Pop: Acting Strange, Baseball Gregg, Juliana LaChance

Barleaux, DÆVA, Exploding Eyes, Orchid Mantis, Serafim Tsotsonis, guest selections by Berner.

Shy Luv Talk Inspiration, A Chance Encounter, and Shock Horror

“We had a mutual love of Balkan tech house.”

CAPPA Talks Music, Being Recognized by Billboard, and Deep Dish


Leaving Nirvana: An Interview with Thought Tempo

Freeway traffic, synchronicity, and Pearl Jam.

Week in Pop: Dave Segedy, Eddington Again, Ocean Hope, Sun Glitters, Versing

Antlered Aunt Lord, Dzang, Jemima Surrender, Sierra Manhattan, guest selections by ZEMA.

Take a tour of Hardly Art Records

Out of the kitchen and behind the fourth wall.

Week in Pop: Bad Cop, Cheerleader, Février, Nicholas Fisher

With Concord America, Dead Dawn, Deperuse, Heal Craves, Leisure, Megan Vice, co-curated by Michael Durek.

The Man Behind Eugene Quell is not a Man Named Euguene Quell

His name is Toby Hayes, and he’s one impressive dude.

The Naomi Punk punking continues

We want answers.

If Anything – Greys

On their debut LP, Greys lose themselves in the noise of their influences.

Jonathan Poneman gives us a tour of Sub Pop

Answering the age-old question; grunge or emo?


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