You may remember Francesca Milazzo’s mashup of Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd’s “Young and High“, which was featured on Girl Underground Music in March. Her antique style coupled with a tackling of contemporary music caught our attention immediately for the raw emotion in her voice and delivery. Now […]
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Aria lives in Silver Lake, Los Angeles with her two cats and two roommates who actually own and care for the cats. She received her B.A. in Sociology from Southeastern Louisiana University and the degree itself now sits in the back of her closet gathering dust. She can usually be found haunting the Echoplex or Charles Bukowski's old hangout, the Smog Cutter. She isn't very friendly but would give you the shirt off her back if you asked, depending on which shirt it is.
With a haunting certainty, Fifi Rong’s latest single will embed itself in your head after hearing it just once. The beat is demanding and the lyrics pleading, when combined they accentuate the message of desire and heartbreak that is thematically central to the song. The London-based Fifi Rong […]
With the smooth retro whisper of a Sunday morning, soul artist Danii Roundtree sweetens our morning coffee with her newest single ‘Crave’. Certainly, Danii Roundtree is a multi-faceted powerhouse of beauty and talent, holding the title of Miss New York USA 2008 and competing in the Miss USA […]
Some songs are intended to be listened to alone in your car at night or in your headphones as you ride the train alone. They stir the pools of your memory and bring forgotten things to the surface. Bent Denim’s newest release “All My Friends Are Dead” conjures up the […]
LISTEN: American High Delivers Anti-War Manifesto on Debut Album ‘Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement’
Feel-good 70’s inspired pop music isn’t a lost art. The idea that music as an art form can be directed to making a political statement is still a popular outlet for the frustrations artists feel towards the current political climate. In an age where many, many people are […]
Chicago-based surrealist indie pop artist Nina Ferraro has been playing and recording under the moniker BONZIE since age 17. Now, at age 21 BONZIE has recently released the 2nd single off her newest album titled Zone on Nine. “It’s how I process and interpret things that have happened to […]
Making a comeback in recent years, goth music is a standalone genre from which emerged a new way to listen to sad music. The goth music scene has evolved dramatically from it’s origins. Bands like Bahaus and Joy Division marked the emergence of a sorrowful and tempestuous approach […]
Austrailian-born soul-pop artist Sam Fischer is the one to watch in 2017.
Filipina singer/songwriter Merissa Fernandez compiled her demo of songs written over the last five years. The 5-track demo titled Off Mulholland was released on Saint Merissa’s Soundcloud page in December of 2016. Each track is equally as dynamic and painfully sentimental without straying from Saint Merissa’s signature brand of vulnerable […]
‘A Sickness’ is the 2nd track off the upcoming album from New York-based indie rock group ROYA. Their music carries a heavy political message; The current political climate is a source of fear and anxiety for many Americans. ROYA uses vast soundscapes, blended psych-rock elements and heartbroken lyricism […]