You don’t get to read interviews like this very often.
“Even the best baseball players in history don’t hit a home run every time.”
“I wrote this first story to act as an allegorical way to kind of establish new ground where I can really develop my true self. A way that I could really own my own story and become triumphant.”
With harmonies matched so subtly to stuttering rhythms, this can only be described as the lovechild of 80’s synthpop and new wave indietronica.
It’s not only what he says, but how he says it.
LYLOH is an aspiring BYU Law student with a knack for crafting beautiful electronica. We interview her about her budding music career.
The Strike Gold EP features polished production, unique sounds, and stirring vocals that would make Capital Cities proud.
Na-G’s influences are an impressive blend of rap, indie folk, pop, and literature.
Hive Riot’s debut album makes for a deeply personal listening experience, featuring beautiful lyrics and a strong lead vocal performance.
We got to speak with Conquer Monster about their unique brand of experimental electronica.