Sometimes we find a song or a video or an album that we want to talk about. Whether it’s something we found, something that found us, a premiere, whatever. We will clarify, of course, but this is where you can find those.

**My dad came up with the title of this one. He’s a clever man whose wheels got turning when I said an “imperfect fifth” could also be called a “wolf interval” or “wolf fifth.”

tank & the bangas, “to be real”

The critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated band, Tank and The Bangas, have just put out their new EP, Friend Goals.  Within this release sits the track “To Be Real”, a blissful ode to the joy of spending time with the group of people that brings out your...

heather hills, “get dun”

While clubs and after hour parties are still unfortunately on hold this year, there are no restrictions on anyone still craving music that channels a good time. New York reigning electro/rap artist Heather Hills is definitely serving up a good time with her new song...

charlee remitz, “movie theater”

Ethereal, delicate, light -- these are just some of the words that can be used to describe singer-songwriter Charlee Remitz’s new single, “Movie Theatre”. Within the first 20 seconds, the listener is warmly greeted by Remitz’s gently layered vocals and peaceful...

prince, sign ‘o’ the times

The gift of music is always the best and I was recently gifted a vinyl remastered copy of Sign ‘O’ The Times by Prince. And it is the best. Originally released on March 30, 1987, the re-release on September 25, 2020, was a much-anticipated balm for this year of...

kitten, “what year are we in”

The new track from pop-rock band KITTEN has dropped, and it asks the question everybody seems to have on their mind these days.  “What Year Are We In” is exactly the type of song that you may expect people to listen to years from now in order to get an idea of...

wax owls, “light up the way”

From the band Wax Owls comes a coming of age tale that takes us through fortresses in the forest and late-night rides through the back streets of a small town.  It is a narrative about what it is like to have somebody there through the various phases of getting...

hannah grace, remedy

Hannah Grace has been praised by music legends like Lady Gaga, and you only have to press play on her new album, Remedy, to understand why.  From top to bottom, this album is the story of finding and losing love, and in the end, becoming sure of yourself. ...

jeremy buck, “don’t look down”

At just the time when we are in need of as much cheer as we can get, Indiana-born and LA-based indie rock artist Jeremy Buck has bestowed upon us the uplifting and empowering single, “Don’t Look Down”.  Inspired by how one may feel while walking on a tightrope...