By Ian Valiente
The New York pop-punk duo Diet Cig recently released their lovesick fuzz-pop/garage punk album “Swear I’m Good At This,” a collection of Alex Luciano’s (guitar/vocals) experiences with messy romances and breakups, awkward situations, and the anxieties of youth and terror of adulthood.
Continue reading Diet Cig may help you find yourself
I could list a million and one reasons, but the evidence really speaks for itself.
Continue reading Why 90s rap is better than anything out there
I’ve been really on the “positive music” kick as of late, especially after electronica took on positive vibe/heartfelt themes as a music trend. It’s refreshing, you have to admit, and also — it’s kind of the PERFECT sunny, summertime jams.
Continue reading Goldroom gave us a great reason to Spread Love
By Ian Valiente
If you’re a fan of Tame Impala, then you must have heard of Pond. And if you’re going to the Casbah Saturday night, then you’ll get to bask in their complete ingenuity.
Continue reading Tame Impala offshoot POND wants you to feel psychedelic
Now, I am honestly not the biggest fan of watching pre-recorded concerts from a TV or theatre. Mainly because I am a selfish girl and I like to experience shows first hand. So going into this Imagine Dragons experience and watching from a theater seat rather than viewing it live from Toronto where it was filmed seemed somewhat anti climactic, yet I was intrigued all at the same time.
Continue reading Imagine Dragons in Concert Film Event
If you haven’t heard the short but sweet remixes EP from Spoon yet, then…where have you been?
Continue reading Spoon’s Inside Out remixes are a must listen
Here’s eight important reasons why feel-good indie pop band Colony House is a band you need to know.
Continue reading Interview: Colony House is on the road, playing Hangout Fest