LANY’s eponymous debut record navigates love and loss as acutely as ever; it is so, soo pretty, and so, soo worth the wait.
This article was written in collaboration by Maggie McHale and Kaitlyn Zorilla ummertime: The quintessence of casualty, the epitome of ease. The feeling of summer…
usic has steadfastly maintained a dynamism that ultimately creates uniquely personal experiences for every individual. It is evocative, idealistic, and even hypnotic; it is…
pictured above:: LANY (from left to right): Jake Goss, Paul Klein, Les Priest elf-described as “dream-pop meets R&B,” Los Angeles-based trio LANY offer a unique…
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to in the moment. This week’s roundup includes Arctic Monkeys, Wild Pink ft. Julien Baker, Derek Ted, Anna Thoresen, LØLØ, The Front Bottoms, Better Strangers, Hallie, & J. Graves!
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to in the moment. This week’s roundup includes Velvet, Jackie Marchal, Glassio, Fame Holiday, Intro to Music Theory, zac crook, míra, Jake Lancer, Edith, Jordan Brynn, Allegories!
Radiant, intimate, and roaring, Wilderado’s self-titled debut album lights a fire within as the Tulsa indie rockers dive into the depths of life, unleashing a charged and charming set of catchy songs that stir both the heart and mind.
A poignant indie pop serenade, Arlie’s heart-on-sleeve “poppin” shines bright as the band embrace vulnerability, dwelling in the depths of longing while reveling in a playful, wondrous sound.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to: This week’s roundup includes Fantastic Cat, Bre Kennedy, Robert Ball, Yueku, Elenowen, Seth Glier, Rowdy Outsider!
A surge of bright and bouncy indie pop hits the ears as CJ Pandit’s debut EP ‘Just Before You Disappear’ gets underway, lighting up the room with arena-ready anthems that rise and fall in buoyant waves of effervescent sound.
Fans of Britain’s second rock invasion will have much to enjoy in Dry Cleaning’s debut, New Long Leg, an album both intimately familiar, yet wholly new. Just don’t tell them that.
If ‘Thrashing Thru the Passion’ felt like a band rediscovering their sound, ‘Open Door Policy’ shows The Hold Steady have honed their sound and are ready to attack.
COVID-19 inspired visuals bring a sense of unity to Sydney artist AIRPORTS’ new single, “U FEEL IT 2.”
HARLEY and “HYPNOS” have innately tapped into a ubiquitous sensitivity, exercising their dexterity in painting heartsickness with ostensible ease.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to in the moment. This week’s roundup includes Brasstracks, LANY, Tafari Anthony, Alexz Johnson, and more!