Arlo Parks

MUSICArlo ParksProdigal One photo by Alex Kurunis Words by Zachary Weg Born at the dawn of the new millennium, twenty-year-old London musician/poet Arlo Parks has almost signaled through her genre-fusing music much of what makes up modern life: information overload …

Phum Viphurit

MUSICLover Boy Humble Beginnings Words by Matthew Burgos Discovering the pulp of what one aspires to be ripens as the first step. Then, diving deep into the shrines that make up the groundwork of such a vocation follows suit. The …

Kohinoorgasm

MUSICKohinoorgasm photo credit: Andrea Granera Words by Abby Fritz Los Angeles based lo-fi pop artist Josephine Shetty, known as Kohinoorgasm, released “Exhausted” amid the COVID-19 pandemic this summer. The song has been a long time in the making and is …

Seafarers | Virgin Soil

MUSICVirgin SoilSeafarers Words by Martin Colino London based Seafarers latest release, “Virgin Soil,” off their upcoming album “Orlando” has left us enchanted with a hauntingly beautiful tune of longing and loss. Lauren Kinsella’s elegant voice narrates the emotions around the …

Merci, Mercy

Merci, Mercy | Fall Apart

MUSICFall ApartMerci, Mercy photo credit: She is Aphrodite Words by Martin Colino Australian singer-songwriter merci, mercy releases her second single today via Liberation Records. The toe-tapping song weaves introspective and complex lyrics through a catchy pop track. Blanc asked the …

Gordi

Gordi| Aeroplane Bathroom

(Photo Credit: Pooneh Ghana) Words by Martin Colino Australian indie-pop artist Gordi has released the first single, “Aeroplane Bathroom” off their upcoming album “Our Two Skins,” which will be released June 19th. The beautifully sparse and haunting atmosphere of the …

Moses Sumney | Me in 20 Years

photo by Eric Gyamfi Words by Martin Colino Ethereal electro-soul artist Moses Sumney has shared a new song, Me in 20 years, from his upcoming album Grae. With deep rolling and throbbing synths providing a sumptuous landscape for Sumney’s singular …

Singer Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin

Words by Martin Colino “Don’t Know How to Keep Loving You,” from the sophomore album “Crushing” by Julia Jacklin, is one of our favorite songs of the past year. The Australian indy-folk singer-songwriter weaves powerfully personal lyrics with a soft, …