by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen
What and who the hell is Coffee Pot?
For the past few months, I’ve closely followed a musician’s Twitter handle of unknown origins, like Rumpelstiltskin approaching me with a weary bargain, a strange-yet-endearing EP under the title of Anthrophobia ended up getting shoved into the back of my inbox until I felt fully in control of my rapidly-decaying cognitive abilities. Containing the Latin prefix “anthro”, meaning human, how could I resist a short five-track romp with the theme of “human phobia?” I hate humans, and you should too!
by Carly Schorman – Poster Parents “Hostility” This Phoenix 4-piece combines crunchy guitars and call-it-out punk vocals on their new summer single, “Hostility”, which just came out this month. Clocking in at under 90-seconds, the track is more like a bright burst of energy rather than an abrasive show of
by Carly Schorman – Of The Valley “Italy” Brian DellaValle, the songwriter behind Of The Valley, divides his time between Copenhagen and Toronto, but hopefully he’ll put a stateside tour on his to-do list because I’m so obsessed right now. “Italy” conveys a certain stolen intimacy; like a secretly witnessed exchange of
Jacob Unterreiner – Oliver Ackermann is a Renaissance man. He is the singer and guitarist in shoegaze stalwarts, A Place to Bury Strangers. He is also the founder of Death by Audio, a boutique guitar effects company. Along with manufacturing pedals, Death by Audio was a musical collective. Oliver and
Alt Citizen It doesn’t get much hipper than this Brooklyn-based alt-press outlet for music lovers and pop culture fiends. Interviews, playlists, film reviews, and a whole lot more for that inside line to what the cool kids think is cool. Maybe you’re band might make the cut. Blog – Facebook
The D.C.-based artist known as Kid Mango has a sweet new single to share today. There’s a conversational framework to the music that lends the hiphop track a jazzy, spoken-word vibe as we move through this triptych aptly titled, “threes”. We gave radio listeners a sneak peek of the track a
Jeffrey James “Unsaid” Jeffrey James hails from the Country Capital of Nashville, but he leans more toward the city’s gospel roots on “Unsaid”… uh, musicially, if not lyrically. This song is more about love lost, but let’s face it, most love songs are. James has just the right voice for his soulful R&B