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.”

the innocence mission, see you tomorrow

After making music for over 30 years, Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s The Innocence Mission has yet another hauntingly beautiful album to offer up to the public. The band, led by married couple Kerin and Don Perris, is set to release their twelfth studio album on January...

cathedral bells, “disconnected”

If there is a time of year that leaves us longing for an escape, it’s now, trapped in the midst of another endless winter. Matt Messore has delivered the very portal to another world that we’ve been craving with his new bedroom-pop project Cathedral Bells and their...

frances quinlan, “your reply”

If your eardrums have ever been blessed by the magnetic vocals of Frances Quinlan, you'd best prepare yourself. With her new track "Your Reply", the listener experiences a palpable energy, each note specifically belonging to its originator, the cadence with which she...

bedroom, “gulf”

Singer/songwriter Noah Kittinger has been releasing music under the moniker Bedroom since he was just 16. And though he started with talent on his side, he now has the luxury of time, allowing him to create next level art. The new music video for his song "Gulf" is...

neon dreams, “turn back now”

Halifax-based pop duo Neon Dreams truly creates music straight from your dreams. There is no exception with their latest single "Turn Back Now" and its accompanying music video, which premiered this week with Billboard. The song was inspired by Kadillac's experience...

january 2020 | simply the best

Before I started to draft this post, I was wondering what lyric or phrase to associate with the title. For simply no reason, Tina Turner's "Simply the Best" popped into my head, and it just seemed to fit. (As I quote, "Simply Dusty... is there any other kind?" in my...

no win, “same”

Upgrade your leisurely roll into 2020 with the perfect soundtrack. Los Angeles-based quartet NO WIN's new track "Same" seems like it could do the trick. With a glittering soundscape, quirky instrumentals, and the attitude that "nothing's changed," this track is...