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.”

heroes of toolik, “quincunx”

New York-based art rock collective Heroes of Toolik - comprised of Arad Evans (guitar), Jennifer Coates (violin), Moppa Elliott (bass), John Speck (trombone), and Michael Evans (percussion) - has chosen to take the band in a different direction from their previous two...

swimsuit issue, “look now”

Los Angeles-based duo Swimsuit Issue - comprised of Miles Garber and David Gagliardi - may have based their name from the fact that Garber's initial introduction into the entertainment industry was as a relatively prominent model in the fashion world, but that's not...

we’re no gentlemen, “night”

Los Angeles-based rock quintet We're No Gentlemen - comprised of Amanda Gabel (vocals), Rikki Juarez (rhythm guitarist), Daniele Boneddu (bass), Vince Gudino (drums), and Dan Schiz (lead guitar) - debuted the official music video for their track "Night" just today....

madison, “hustle”

On the hunt for a feisty, upbeat track to really keep you going while you're at your desk today? We can't think of anything better than electro pop artist Madison's relatively new - and infinitely inspiring - single "Hustle". Starting with a bass line that really...

visible cloaks, lex

Portland-based experimental musicians Spencer Doran and Ryan Carlile have found somewhat of a theatrical and entertaining sound together with their project Visible Cloaks. The duo utilizes "software-based composition rooted in randomization, MIDI-translation and...

cody melville, bonds eye {premiere}

As if the double entendre of the title of singer/songwriter Cody Melville's impressive tenth album isn't enough, he has birthed a genre-hopping, robust work of art to support it. Gliding from a sound that could easily have been inspired by Bruce Springsteen, to more...

geowulf, “hideaway”

Australian beach pop duo Geowulf - comprised of Star Kendrick and Toma Banjanin - released their infectious, sun-drenched track "Hideaway" today. Even though we feel like we're floating through a summery soundscape with this track, we recognize the easily relatable...