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.”

phantom wave, “billows”

Captivating alt duo Phantom Wave released the new music video for their single "Billows" today, and we've got the exclusive premiere for your eyes only. Drenched in vivid colors and drastic, psychedelic movement, this visual is a trippy testament to the impact of the...

RⱯHM , “semiautomatical”

When working to fully connect with our human reality, music, like always, may be the best way to express our thoughts regarding the matter.  That’s why RⱯHM ⚉’s new track “semiautomatical” was made.  It highlights the complicated nature of our society by...

dawn drapes, “you are the one”

The Dawn Drapes are Michael Sanzo and Daniel Rice. This musical duo formed in Harrisonburg, VA in 2010, and has been cultivating their sound with notable influences of shoegaze and psych-wave over the years. Their newest release is an indie masterpiece complete with...

you me at six, “adrenaline”

British rock band You Me at Six have delivered a moody turned explosion of a track with their newest release, “Adrenaline”.  This is to say that the song eases you in with a gentle, soft verse before blowing you away with loud and catchy chorus to ripple through...

kuwaisiana, “cymbal of this city”

Being faced with the daunting task of starting over in a new place and experiencing loneliness in the process can be an overwhelming and exhausting preposition, one that makes you feel like isolated and alone.  Kuwaisiana’s newest release “Cymbal of this City”...

ane brun, “crumbs”

The video for Ane Brun’s track “Crumbs”, from one of her two newly released albums “After The Great Storm” (the other is How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow), is a brilliant showcase of emotions.  Each scene is a carefully woven story of pain and love and the...

sarah frick, “i’m on fire”

When Dwight Twilley wrote and released “I’m on Fire” back in 1975, he probably wasn’t expecting it to be covered decades later, complete with a fresh video.  Well, maybe he was!  Who’s to say?  Either way, the cover, featuring vocals from Sarah Frick for Back to...