You can’t help but love The Booyah! Kids, especially once you hear their sweet album, bedroom headroom. Photo by Cameron Cuchulainn
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Last year, Jason Erie released his debut album, The Art of Letting Go, a tender collection of Americana narratives.
Tristan Puig’s new album I Can’t Believe They Invented It! is a crushing blow but damn is it beautiful.
We’re head over heels for Mindy Gledhill’s indie-pop masterpiece, Rabbit Hole.
Spartan Jet-Plex’s newest album, Godless Goddess, is a dreamy black hole we don’t mind falling into.
Gaslight Street’s newest album, You Already Know, is rife with bluesy roots tunes.
In her directorial debut, Melissa Miller Costanzo builds a beautiful real-life film with a soundtrack to match.
On their debut album Coming Of Age, artist Elizabeth Owens spins a fairytale concept album.
We caught up with rock band The Hollow Roots about their latest record, Ghost(s).
Parks’ debut album is chockful of radio-ready indie anthems — we’re totally obsessed.
Following in her father’s footsteps, Sophie Sanders is quickly becoming a remarkable songwriter to watch out for. We chatted with Sophie about her debut album, Steep and Shining Spaces, and a whole lot more.
We caught up with the brilliant ALPHAMAMA about her latest album, Oil & Water.
On their debut album, indie outfit MARLBORO offer a dizzying blend of psychedelia meets folk meets punk and so much more. Photo by Patrick Merryman.
We spoke with Anna Stine about her debut album, Company of Now, a beautiful record dipping into folk and jazz influences.
Seattle-based dark-pop band Red Ribbon dropped their new album, Dark Party, the other day. We’ve got the exclusive scoop from Emma Danner about the record right here.
Ohio-based alt-rock group The 1984 Draft just dropped their new record, Make Good Choices, and we need to talk about it.