Articles in the Music you should know Category
Two students– Jorge Ribeiro and José Tornada– majoring in journalism, and architecture dropped out of college to live in a tent, on the beach; that’s how LEAGUE began. That primal experience served as a huge influence, where they managed to mix modern-urban sonority, establishing a connection between two distinct worlds. LEAGUE is based out of Los Angeles and London. They describe […]
Belgian-based singer/songwriter Jali intertwines the genres of folk and reggae to create a sound that embodies…
If you can’t decide on what genre of music you want to listen to on a particular day, leave it to New York’s Laura Stevenson & The Cans to fill in between the gaps.
Gary Clark Jr. creates these timeless tunes by blending the sounds of a reincarnated Jimi Hendrix with a twist of Motown
Nobody knows summer heat, the way they do in the desert. The Phoenix-based band What Laura Says know exactly how to keep it cool, and that is with
The seven piece Oregon band Y La Bamba awaken a sense of magic with their tunes. The effortless blend of vocal arrangements, front-woman Luzelena Mendoza’s captivating voice
This is not your typical Electro band either, not all the instrument sounds come
Canada is one of those countries that never seem to disappoint us when it comes to good artists. Although they’ve been active since 2005, the folks of Dragonette have kicked up their game spreading some catchy and alluring New Wave/Electropop melodies to the masses.
What happens when you take on the identity of a bunny and make power pop infused rock? That’s kind of a weird question isn’t it? The answer is, Nobunny; literally though.
“Groove, mood, and slutty arrangements. 16th hi hats and hand claps. Culture and couture, Gangster and glamour,” that’s how the Kids of 88 describe their inspirations. This New Wave duo (Jordan Arts and Sam McCarthy) from New Zealand have been best friends for ten years, and decided to venture into the world of music together, […]