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The ethics of supporting your favorite artists

*A follow-up to my post about Jesse Lacey of Brand New. As someone who has always felt emotionally attached to the bands and artists I...

New music: The Growlers release ‘Casual Acquaintances’

The Growlers made their debut on their new label, Beach Goth Records with an unannounced release last week. Casual Acquaintances is a gritty collection of demos and...

Deerhunter: Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? | album review

Deerhunter's eighth studio album, Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? is strange and meditating — an...

On reclaiming the term “girl band”

The term "girl band" is one that evokes a feeling of resentment. It has often been rejected by women in music for being degrading,...

Music festivals and gender inequality in 2018

The last few years have been amazing for women in music. The honest and vulnerable, yet badass and unapologetic attitudes of so many female...

Anticipated albums of 2019: Tame Impala, Toro y Moi, and Vampire Weekend

Image via Rolling Stone 2018 has proven to be a great year for indie music, with more noteable...

An interview with Symptom

Upcoming local Las Vegas band, Symptom has begun to create a ripple in the small, underground rock...

New music: indie rock trio, “boygenius,” and their debut EP

photo via InstagramMade up of respectable solo musicians Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus, "boygenius" perfect the art of melancholic indie rock in...

2017 in music: my top 5 albums

1. "Visions of a Life" by Wolf Alice From the first minute of "Heavenward," this album was captivating - an effortless compilation of punk, grunge,...

November playlist: nostalgic indie folk songs for fall

The spooky season may be coming to an end, but the beautiful Autumn season is still alive and well! There are only a couple...

April 2018 playlist: Courtney Barnett, MGMT, The Voidz

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New music: JAWS, “Driving at Night” & upcoming album

The Birmingham dream-pop trio JAWS announced their third full-length album, The Ceiling, which is set to be released in April of next year. To...