Three years ago, Jessie Reyez was in Sweden at a songwriting workshop, crafting hits to pitch major artists. Today, the 26-year-old is headlining her first tour following the release of her commanding yet vulnerable debut EP Kiddo, in which she announced herself as an artist all her own, not just for others.
Before the melody begins in the music video for “Sweet Sweet Silent,” the title track off of Sivu’s new album due out next month via Square Leg Records, the musician addresses the audience.
Quiet Hollers, an indie post-punk band from Louisville, contemplates death and other big questions in their upcoming album Amen Breaks .
Algiers’ second album, The Underside of Power, is a reflection of our precarious politics—both present and past—a coming together of literature and history, and an offering of communion that might just funnel unrest into action.
After an extended period of silence and emotional turmoil, today, Roxiny, a Brooklyn-based singer, releases a new song, “9 Months,” exclusively below.
If Benjamin Booker’s first album was about his surroundings and problems with those around him, his second, Witness (ATO Records), released earlier this month, is a personal offering in which he admits, as he puts it, “I’m not perfect.”
Phoenix-based band the Technicolors’ forthcoming album Metaphysical focuses on “a void”—the one between where its frontman, Brennan Smiley, is, and where he’d like to go. Today we are pleased to premiere “Impostor!,” a single from that very LP, which seems to encapsulate this concept
Emerging from sunny Los Angeles is songwriting duo Spencer Livingston and Alex Moore, who create music under the moniker Livingmore.
Before taking on a lead role in the musical Kinky Boots— and zipping up the thigh-high, patent red stiletto boots that come with it—Panic! At the Disco frontman Brendon Urie had only seen a handful of Broadway plays.
With retro flair, two Long Island brothers emerge as the future of rock’n'roll.