Two months ago, BEA1991 dropped her most recent track, ‘My Own Heaven’. The single came fronted with a picture of a gigantic, pink-lit ship cruising in the dark. This week, Jona Honer released his documentary art film, My Own Heaven, soundtracked by Bea’s single. The video explores Bea’s time on the world’s largest cruise ship….
‘Camp’ celebrates excess. Indulgence is at the forefront. As Susan Sontag said in her essay on the subject, “the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.” On Monday, the Met Gala put ‘Camp’ centerstage, as A-listers did their best to exude the event’s theme. On ‘Miami Memory’, Alex Cameron…
Holly Herden’s music is a bit like traveling. ‘Frontier’ allows listeners to see the world from an angle they had not yet.
It is easy to be confined by the long set structures of the typical folk song. Often, those walls help to craft strong songwriting. Erin Durant knows the rules, but it is her willingness to play with form, her freeness in pushing those boundaries, that make ‘Highway Blue’ an exceptional track. Durant fits extra syllables…
Versing presents the dilemma with simplicity, allowing, at times, a singular note to carry the weight. The willingness to allow everything….
There is something sexy about Jockstrap letting their hair down, like the smartest kid in class getting drunk and killing it on the dancefloor.
a track that is an understated call to the roots of the European electronic scene. Kovacs delivers class.
“Un gran puente” translates to “a great bridge”, and is the name of the newest offering from Bilbao-based musician Isa Fernández Reviriego, aka Aries.
Tinted with an undeniable 90s stickiness, ‘BKLYNLDN’ by Shura brings to mind the humidity of an amorous Brooklyn summer.
There is something brutal about the scattered ivory patterns and ethereal choruses of Konradsen’s ‘Baby Hallelujah’ that fills it with grace.