Music photography is the documentation of a universal language that carries people and movements through time. What can this mean?
Written over the course of a decade, Back of Our Minds is the debut album of Kalen & Aslyn that tells the messy and tender story of the duo’s personal relationship through folk-country stylings.
Directed by Lucy Calhoun, the video is a circus of bizarre vignettes threaded by the image of an unsteady wooded walk that eventually becomes diaphanous, overlaid upon itself, casting shadows.
A profile on Seline Haze, an Athens-based hip-hop artist with a passion to talk about mental health.
Pinky Doodle Poodle, a high-energy rock duo from Japan, take a turn with an acoustic release.
A fusion of hip hop and rock, smooth and jammy like baby-making and crunk, Aldente’s sound is comparable to a garment you’d pick up off the rack at Goodwill—not finding it anywhere else.
After over a decade, We Versus the Shark made a full-force comeback with their latest album, Goodbye Guitar.
Julio Duran describes his new single as an exploration of “the endless struggle and search for a better present, chasing after bad apples and the frustrations of today’s social division, abuse of power, recklessness and unfair treatments.”
Nana Grizol’s South Somewhere Else steps away from the marginalized space of lead vocalist and songwriter Theo Hilton’s queerness to elaborate on the South’s deeply racialized society.
“Haze [the EP] helped me love myself a bit more… and I hope you are loving yourself, too,” writes Seline Haze on her Bandcamp page.