Making Movies frontman Enrique Chi explains the latest album and connects our differences through the Immigrants Are Beautiful tour.
Yasmine Hamdan shares her beginnings, the latest album, and tour in an undefined light.
Named for the warrior goddess from Hindu theology, Flames of Durga is Los Angeles-based rock trio. Identical twins Beah and Ceci Romero supply vocals, guitar and bass with percussion by their bandmate Nate Million. Flames of Durga’s music is comparable to a number of legendary acts like the […]
GUM recently had the chance to sit-down with Australian hip-hop artist Allday. The young rapper takes a unique approach to hip-hop, with moody production and a delicate flow, Allday has already earned a huge fan base in Australia. Recently wrapping up a national Australian tour and embarking on […]
“I’m a coffee snob, it’s terrible!” This was the first time Marissa Lamar’s personality seeped out with me, besides where I was more accustomed to, coming from a song from a Highland Kites album. Lamar’s extensive coffee knowledge led us to a busy and somewhat dignified coffee shop […]
#WomenCrush’s founder, Ashley Kervabon, speaks about creating an opportunity for women and highlighting the exclusion.
Ziek McCarter of Con Brio talks energy and more after his Arroyo Seco set, Sunday.
Embodying tropical rhythms and a carefree attitude, Inland Empire’s “Afro-Latin” ensemble QUITAPENAS, embrace more than the melodies that trace the curves of a body they’re moving, but of a simple mantra – be yourself. With their first weekend of Coachella under their belt, Quitapenas— Daniel Gomez, Mark Villela, […]
L.A. based artists jackbenny blend indie pop with traditional Broadway musical-style to create something fresh and exciting.
On a quintessential sunny LA day I had the opportunity to catch up with Sydney based duo Cosmo’s Midnight. From hearing the opening chords of their newest single, “History” you are immediately struck by an effortless and sweet dance track that engages all the right qualities of pop […]