Category: New Music

New Music – Century III Mall

To capture a youthful outlook towards an often cold world seems impossible, but through Leggy, the Cincinnati, Ohioans are able to collective contain hope in a 38-minute pop-rock display. A love letter to the freedom that comes with expression, Let Me Know Your Moon…

New Music – Kolorfully Kawaii

“All of my life I’ve been a crab in a bucket,” describes the uplifted Choo Jackson on his newest record Anime 2. The positive reflections that follow behind him are frequent as if he looks into the world’s often cold eyes and can smile…

New Music – You Are Free

As the doomsday clock ticks down to the final moments of the spinning metropolitan and sprawling city that makes up New York’s home to Corpus, the bold-faced collective of musicians and artists that formed a backbone to the city. A real harsh bludgeoning that…

New Music – Willow Spring’s Treasure            

The love from Little Rock, Kari Rose Johnson who is better known by her performing alias Kari Faux is one of the better-kept secrets of hip-hop. A pioneer and one of the leading women in a hook-frenzy with glossed production pieces, Faux is deliberate…

New Music – Nothing Subliminal

From the name alone, Pissgrave has some clarification and clairvoyance of sound. Even before the record starts to spin, images of anger, blasphemy, emotionally crushing ability, and a sincere loss of hope flash into the synapses. Those are all accurate assumptions as Posthumous Humiliation…

New Music – Fall To Despair

While the first few minutes might be disorganized, frantic, and utterly daunting, You Must Relax by Bellrope is a capturing record that spans five-tracks into nearly an hour of material. From shouts and shrills in the opening greeting to the march into bitter and…

New Music – Golden Age Dark Horses

“Don’t hunt what you can’t kill” describes a Macho Man Randy Savage impersonator, illustrating a relative sense to the hype of what would become CZARFACE Meets Ghostface. The album is a breath of old-head hip-hop that mixes with the sampling and producing power of…

New Music – Grand Illusions

Goodbyes are never easy, especially if you are talking about the long, slow goodbyes of final records that have a designated end. While breaking up is hard to do, People Under The Stairs do so in a way that feels more prideful and hopeful…

New Music – No Ordinary Moments

The vibrancy that always follows from genre-blender, rhythm splitter, experiment handler, Toro y Moi. The group/man that never seems to have a basis of hard definition, the newest record Outer Peace is an intellectual journey through sound and paint. Outer Peace is simply one…

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