Illusionize to debut his own label in 2018

Brazilian powerhouse DJ Illusionize is blowing up all over the world right now, performing sets at Tomorrowland Brazil, Ultra, and Lollapalooza. His specialty seems to be long sets,...

South London artist &around travelled all around for debut single inspiration

With winter and cold weather well on its way, we're looking for a little bit of sunshine anywhere we can get it. That includes, of course, bright,...

Nihiloceros, ready to get rowdy in Brooklyn and beyond

I've been listening to the new self-titled EP from Nihiloceros on repeat for the past few days and if you're looking for an amped up, grungy rock...
Ryan Riback

Burgers, Ziggy Sauce, and remixes: The secrets to Ryan Riback’s success

Australia based producer Ryan Riback is no stranger to a successful single. You probably recognize his name from his most notable viral hit remix of Starley's single "Call...

Brooklyn’s QWAM makes punk cute again

Is this the sound of the punk rock revival? I have a weird feeling that 2018 will be a big year for punk music across the board....
Knox Fortune

Chicago’s behind-the-scenes collaborator Knox Fortune finally steps into the spotlight

If you're in tune with Chicago's music scene, the name Knox Fortune should be a familiar one to you now. Not so in touch with the Windy City?...

British singer AMiR on what “Drench Me With Your Lust” is really about

AMiR is one of London's newest singer/songwriters, and he specializes R&B and funk influenced pop. He's quickly establishing a name for himself in the music industry after...
Dodecahedron band

When metal goes avant garde: An interview with Dodecahedron

As any dedicated metal fan will tell you, there’s a sort of unending search for the heaviest, the most technical, the most brutal new band. For some...
Dim Sum stay ep

Dim Sum talks inspiration behind brand new Stay EP

Did you like Dim Sum's single from earlier this fall? Looking for more feel-good music? Lucky for you, Dim Sum has finally released his EP Stay, and...

No matter how successful, Flightschool never have to leave their parents’ basement

The classic band archetype: you start out in your parents' basement, and when you make it big, you're supposed to move out. Not Flightschool. Despite being a band...

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