Avril Ramona Lavigne is a Canadian and French singer and songwriter. She was born in Belleville, Ontario, and spent most of her youth in the town of Napanee. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain, by 16 she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more […]
NPR Names Some Ember’s ‘Thrashing Whip’ (Avalon Emerson Remix) As One Of The Best Dance Tracks In June
Some Ember is Nina Chase and Dylan Travis. Self-produced and recorded over a period of two years, the new full-length album from Calfornia duo Some Ember is the culmination of a range of experience for these two wanderers. Some Ember is rich with meaning, sonic creativity, and emotional energy, a striking evolution from previous releases […]
Hillary Capps is a name that I had not heard before, but luckily while her name may be new, her sound is a familiar one. Her voice has a good range for pop music, and her music style shares the same kind of range. Her new release, The Wishing Forest is sure to win over […]
In some ways it’s hard to believe the Swellers have been around for more than a decade. That’s a lifetime for most bands. On the other hand, if you’ve followed them since the beginning, it feels like they’ve kind of always been here. In a punk scene that’s just as prone to passing trends as […]
Out of southern California, NEO GEO’s new full-length album, their second, is titled Digital DNA. And that name is very accurate. The product of the current pop obsession with cold digital sounds and electronic perfection, the band goes very far down the rabbit hole of icy production and doesn’t exactly come out the other side […]
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Florida’s We Still Dream! merge new-school pop punk in the vein of The Wonder Years and Man Overboard with the punk-inspired pop and alternative rock that found its way onto airwaves in the ’90s. There are several moments throughout “Something to Smile About” that are strongly reminiscent of bands like Lit, particularly on “Back to […]