Check out London multi-instrumentalist Auclair’s head-spinning Semaphore EP. Using an arsenal of analogue keys, field recordings and a kitchen sink approach to percussion, Auclair has crafted four songs of pure cosmic wonder.
Check out this chick playing the sheng, an ancient Chinese instrument created thousands of years ago. She is able to emulate nostalgic 8-bit sounding Mario Brothers songs from the original game, its uncanny!
We recently got a chance to chat with the members of dream-pop trio Yumi Zouma about their new self titled EP released Feb 11th via Cascine, upcoming tour plans, and how they manage to create such amazing songs being split across 3 [...]
We recently got a chance to chat with the amazing Fleaux where we gained insight into his craft, various influences and his upcoming release “Like Water” out 2/11/2014…….
Founder of Staple Design and designer, jeffstaple interviews Atlanta-based rapper Trinidad Jame$. They discuss everything from the social media to sneaker obsessions. Trinidad also vents about online critics and how they abuse the digital barrier vs. real life statements.
This day in age everything is digital, from music to the newspaper, convenience in a fast paced world has seem to take over old modes of production. If your an audiophile you know nothing beats the warm analog sound of [...]
Has the rapid evolution of technology along with data sharing trends really hurt the music industry? That’s the question that the Virgin Disrupters will debate live on October 28th! At first, when music began to go digital, no one really [...]
Kurt Cobain’s home is up for sale, no not the one he killed himself in, his childhood home. For Half a million you can own the Aberdeen, WA bungalow that Kurt grew up in. The home even comes with his [...]
“With an E.P. set to release in August, Nava Hotel is reminding Nashville that the future of rock is still alive and hopeful” I have only been in Nashville two weeks when I stumble across Nava Hotel while searching online [...]