Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em, but you’ll still throw ‘em away after a couple drags: For every James Blake, there’s Against All Logic.
Atwood Magazine’s writers discuss the complexities of James Blake’s fourth album Assume Form, its collaborative spirit, the evolution of Blake’s sound, and his unabashed happiness in love.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to: This week’s roundup includes Broods, Sharon Van Etten, Lizzo, Gabriella Rose, Beatenberg and more!
Director Tom Ewbank discusses his influences, how he got his start directing music videos, his favorite projects, and more in our exclusive interview!
Meet FV, Philadelphia’s newest pop offering, and discover the truth about their debut EP Phantom Dance Department.
Psymon Spine’s transformative debut ‘You Are Coming to My Birthday’ is an utterly unique, alluringly unconventional album that redefines the laws of music.
anhattanites won’t really know what you mean when you say you’re going to the Northside Festival this weekend, but Brooklynites will. For nearly a decade, New…
Atwood Magazine enjoyed a quick chat with multi-platinum rapper Kevin Gates before his late-night performance at Hangout Music Festival 2023.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to in the moment. This week’s roundup includes Stephen Sanchez, Wrabel, Sylo, nezsa, Daisy Jones & The Six, Mike Rogers, Bilk, joan, little image, Raquel Martins, WESSON, Party Nails & Boy Sim, & VNXI!
Achingly intimate, warm, and tender, Jack Van Cleaf’s debut album ‘Fruit from the Trees’ is a radiantly raw alt-folk reckoning in the depths of connection, emotion, and the human experience.
Our conversation with Freakout Records’ Skyler Locatelli is an illumination on what goes on behind the scenes of these plucky starships we call independent music festivals.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to in the moment. This week’s roundup includes Miles Davis, Art School Girlfriend, Indigo De Souza, Gozé, Quiet Houses, DARKMINDS, Leah Blevins, Johnny Drille, Cale Tyson, Munnycat, Mirabai Ceiba, and Deanna Devore!
In his powerful, heart-wrenching “Bound for Glory,” singer/songwriter The Magic Lantern captures the beauty and wonder in love’s small acts and how they give a life meaning and purpose.
Atwood’s staff share the music they’ve been listening to: This week’s roundup features Ego Ella May, Gordi, Savannah Conley, Busty and the Bass, Darius Scott, jens, Beth Keeping, Primitive Man, Nia Wyn, SC.Undercover, Trade Secrets, & The Holy Knives!
After the global hit “Lost Without You”, Freya Ridings proves that the best is still yet to come with her compellingly commanding track “Castles”.