I cannot stop listening to this beauty from Canadian singer-songwriter Cold Specks. She’s grace, talent, and art wrapped up in a somber, moving, beautiful piece that is so reminiscent of the culture that has been mourning the human condition since the beginning of time.
I know that sounds really sad, but also, it’s quite poetic and beautiful. I’ve been listening on repeat. And I have more to say about Cold Specks on the site later this month, so keep tuned for exciting news.
I don’t even know how he gets THAT sounds out of THAT instrument…
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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
Well, we might have changed it up a bit. But today is International Women’s Day. And in honor of this, we’re highlighting women who have made waves in the indie music world with their talents, stage antics, unique tones, and overall badassery involving music.
Continue reading International Women Who Rock Day
It’s time to get a little dreamy with Australia’s Why We Run, and their gentle yet driving single “Comfortable Lie.”
Continue reading Theme Song This Week: Australia’s Why We Run
Check out the amazing things that indie rock band Young Bufffalo enjoyed while they were in the sunny city of San Diego.
Continue reading Young Buffalo’s Tour Diary: Famous tacos and fisting in San Diego