Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum Releases Hypnotic Single “Ketamine” To Tease Their Upcoming Debut Album

NYC based avant-indie trio Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum released their first single “Ketamine” earlier this month. The trio’s collaboration began innocently enough, with a series of late-night studio hangs fueled by a shared love of pushing art into uncharted territories. Taking their name from a phrase suggested by Katz-Bohen’s daughter, the group constructed an entire world for their music, imagining the Butterfly Museum as a … Continue reading Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum Releases Hypnotic Single “Ketamine” To Tease Their Upcoming Debut Album

Nicholas Chamian Expresses His Existential Curiosity With New Solo Single “Qualia”

Nick Chamian (NPC) is a highly skilled multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who spent many years playing in bands and has only recently decided to embark on his first series of incredible solo projects. Earlier this year he released his well received first solo single “They’re Speaking to Us” and is back with a dope music video for his thought-provoking new track, “Qualia”. “Qualia” immediately captivates its … Continue reading Nicholas Chamian Expresses His Existential Curiosity With New Solo Single “Qualia”

Pop-Duo Dream Team, Motel 7, Returns With Hot New Single “would u believe me”

If you haven’t heard of Motel 7 you’re missing out. These indie-pop virtuosos are back in the studio and are on an upward trajectory to greatness. After receiving praise from blogs such as Fashionably Early and numerous editorial playlists on Spotify, Motel 7 is back with their color-pop single “would u believe me”. “would u believe me” is a masterful conglomerate of sweet dreamlike vocals … Continue reading Pop-Duo Dream Team, Motel 7, Returns With Hot New Single “would u believe me”

Devon Welsh Teases Upcoming Solo Album With Music Video for New Single “Somebody Loves You”

Devon Welsh is a creative solo artist who focuses on writing poetic, minimalist tracks that realistically articulate the emotions experienced by the human heart. He is the former front man of widely successful art-pop duo, Majical Cloudz where he accrued massive amounts of performance experience ranging from DIY house shows to playing arena shows with popular artists like Lorde. Welsh strives to unpack and debunk … Continue reading Devon Welsh Teases Upcoming Solo Album With Music Video for New Single “Somebody Loves You”

I Set My Friends on Fire’s O.G. ‘Astral Rejection’ to Get Official Release

In 2011, I Set My Friends on Fire released Astral Rejection – a sweet, grating fusion of crunkcore, extreme metal and emo-pop. It continued what the band pioneered on their 2008 debut to largely negative reviews. What’s not as well known is that there was an original version of Astral Rejection. Epitaph Records shelved it in 2010. But now, the label has decided to release … Continue reading I Set My Friends on Fire’s O.G. ‘Astral Rejection’ to Get Official Release

‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands Is Tight, Atmospheric Prog Rock

‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands is a precise, deeply atmospheric take on progressive rock. The band is described as, “an atmospheric rock project in which,” bandleader Alexandre Martorano “writes, composes and performs.” Martorano started the band after attending, “a classical music school where he studied classical guitar for eight years.” He “began writing his first compositions in 2004.” This is an impressive track. The way … Continue reading ‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands Is Tight, Atmospheric Prog Rock

Runner’s ‘Eggshell’ Is Fuzzy, Nostalgic Indie Rock

Runner’s ‘Eggshell’ is some fuzzy, layered indie rock with a broad, homey approach. These guys have “quickly become of the best kept secrets in their music scene today,” they say. “The band fuses electronic and experimental elements into their ragged, heart-on-your-sleeve folk-rock.” They use the somewhat facetious phrase “Bandcamp songs for Soundcloud kids,” to define their sound. There’s a lot of really cool stuff happening … Continue reading Runner’s ‘Eggshell’ Is Fuzzy, Nostalgic Indie Rock

Candy’s Room’s ‘Hither Green’ Is Funky, Rock-Facing World Music

Hither Green’ by Candy’s Room is some dynamic, funky rock music with a modern indie approach. These guys describe themselves as taking “influence from old Motown records and 80s college rock bands like Sonic Youth and Galaxie 500 in [an] attempt to create a hybrid of popular music tones.” They say this track “features string and brass arrangements, which have been layered using modern production techniques — an experiment to try … Continue reading Candy’s Room’s ‘Hither Green’ Is Funky, Rock-Facing World Music

Oceans Over Alderaan’s ‘Sevenfour’ Is Expasive Gaze-Oriented Post Rock

Oceans Over Alderaan’s ‘Sevenfour’ is some haunting, ethereal post rock with some clear shoegaze influences out of the United Kingdom. These guys describe themselves as, “an atmospheric doom pop band from Blackpool.” They say they put together “elements of shoegaze and post-rock to make a huge wall of sound.” The band definitely knows how to immerse their listeners in a crisp, clean and well-orchestrated environment. … Continue reading Oceans Over Alderaan’s ‘Sevenfour’ Is Expasive Gaze-Oriented Post Rock

Like the River’s ‘Element’ Is a Meandering Alt Rock Soundscape

Like the River’s ‘Element’ is some meandering, lowkey alternative rock with an atmospheric take. These West Virginia natives really know how to bring power and bite to a serene, unassuming track. The song’s keystone riff blasts through the mix providing an important contrast for the rest of the tune’s otherwise airy components. Compositionally, these guys make good use of the loud-soft dynamic that’s defined much … Continue reading Like the River’s ‘Element’ Is a Meandering Alt Rock Soundscape