Louis Tomlinson Killed Me with “Just Like You”

Louis Tomlinson Killed Me with “Just Like You”

So, if you don’t know by now I’m a 1D stan for life. Like I have a tattoo, flew across the country to see them with my internet friend. I take One Direction very seriously. Every time they release solo material, right before I hit play I get super nervous. What if I don’t like … Read More

AMP Live 2017 – Concert Experience

AMP Live 2017 – Concert Experience

AMP 98.7 is Detroit’s best pop radio stations. Not only do they consistently play bomb music and introduce a wide variety of up-and-coming pop acts, but they host some amazing concerts. June 25 brought huge pop acts to Detroit for an amazing night at AMP Live. The day started off with rain that wasn’t in … Read More

D. Francisco’s Breaking Onto Scene With “I Want Ya”

D. Francisco’s Breaking Onto Scene With “I Want Ya”

D. Francisco’s debut single and music video for “I Want Ya” recently exploded onto the pop/dance scene. The multi-genre singer and songwriter combines classical operatic vocal styling, upbeat Latin-Pop lyrics and a modern dance energy in the track that channels back to the late 1990’s. Having spent a lifetime developing his craft, D. Francisco has … Read More

Kort-A Drops Music Video for New Singe, “Everybody Get Down”

Kort-A Drops Music Video for New Singe, “Everybody Get Down”

The Los Angeles based EDM/pop artist KORR-A dropped her new single Everybody Get Down and the music video to go along with it. The single features catchy dance beats that make you want to get up and move. The lyrics mixed with the catchy beats create the perfect song for the summer to get you … Read More

AfriCali Releases Newest Single, “You Don’t Love Him Quite Like You Love Me”

AfriCali Releases Newest Single, “You Don’t Love Him Quite Like You Love Me”

The California based band AfriCali blend together soulful rock, blues, heavy rhythms, and 1970s Ethiopian percussion, all topped off with a coastal-psych feeling. One of the most interesting and unique things about AfriCali is the importance and focus on all the instrumentation as well as the vocals. The band breaks the familiar verse-chorus format of … Read More

My Favorite Moments from 2016

My Favorite Moments from 2016

We can all agree that 2016 was a pretty crappy year for almost everyone. Nothing went right, Donald Trump was elected president, and Harambe died. Tragic. And, while this was all happening, we can say, there had to be some good moments that happened over the course of this year. I wrote a post recapping … Read More

Review: RadaR’s The Wavelength EP, An Epic First Release

Review: RadaR’s The Wavelength EP, An Epic First Release

The latest release from indie dance rock band RadaR, takes a mash of funk, punk, and dance based rock and defines their epic sound. Their latest EP, The Wavelength Volume One, which was released on May 17th of this year, give the DC based band a new edge to the music scene. The EP opens … Read More

All About Guts Club’s Upcoming Release “Shit Bug”

All About Guts Club’s Upcoming Release “Shit Bug”

February 2015, musician and video artist Lindsey Baker released her debut album The Arm Wrestling Tournament. Now her second album Shit Big is set to release on July 1st under Moderate Fidelity Records. Baker’s first album dealt with themes of love and hanging herself from her own insecurities, however the themes of Shit Bug explore … Read More

Get Ready for Fialta’s “Shadow of Drought”

Get Ready for Fialta’s “Shadow of Drought”

California-based quartet Fialta are set to release their second full length record. The indie pop quartet release Shadow of a Drought in July 15, which features Sarah Shotwell, Beth Clements, Mike Leibovich, and David Provenzano. The album features a synth-leased, pop mediation about life in the 21st Century. Shadow of a Drought displays themes of … Read More

Review: Headed In A New Direction, Japancakes Release Self-Titles Album

Review: Headed In A New Direction, Japancakes Release Self-Titles Album

Formed in 1996 out of a marathon jam session, Japancakes are headed in a new direction with the recent release of their self-titled album. The improvisational and often strictly instrumental band released several memorable records, however the addition of Carrie Clough’s vocals (formerly of Call and Response) brings together electronic elements and a more structured … Read More