Start to finish–the long awaited Work EP is everything Chet Faker fans were hoping for. The sultry singer/DJ brings new life to his music on this four-song album with Marcus Marr. Matured matured lyrics and an… Continue reading
A classic, noir take on the trials and tribulations of making it in Hollywood.
Some new tunes to get you through the month.
With ’60s allure and old-school country twang, these songs are beautify melodic and lyrically poignant.
Jovial, upbeat melodies reminiscent of a tropical vacation and sweet, honest-to-goodness lyrics make for a refreshing combination.
It feels like I’m running through Sleepy Hollow, in black and white, listening to a scratchy old record of the Monster Mash.
Dismal, ’80s-style Dreampop.
If this is the future of Southern Rock, then I am on board.
RAC always mixes songs with amazing beats at catchy hooks.
Rhye is one of those sexy, moody bands with jazzy vocals and electronic chill melodies.
It feels like driving through town in a convertible after a rough patch and the clouds are just beginning to clear. The cool wind blowing through your hair, chilling your face and making your eyes water.
I love the nostalgia crossed freshness of anachronistic bands. It’s almost like you get to experience the past in a now kind of way.
The poetry here is deep and fluid.
This lo-fi ’60s vibe is so appealing.