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Sounds: Oloff // Go Away Easily

Bristol’s genre-melding artist Oloff blends his signature mellow, lo-fi R&B with ambient sonic soundscapes in his latest single, the introspective “Go Away Easily.”

Reminding me of something between a poetry reading in a dark cafe and the reserve of Mac Miller’s… 120 more words


Album Review: Blackout Cowboy by Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam

Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam release their new album Blackout Cowboy on 9th November via By The Time It Gets Dark. Early lo-fi offerings in the form of two EPs, a self-titled album, and a Halloween single secured the then three-piece a regular spot on the Birmingham music scene, as well as frequent invites to towns and cities up and down the country. 252 more words


Young Fathers: Cocoa Sugar

The artwork tells us what kind of ride we’re in for before we’ve even pressed play. Odd sounds regurgitated from the bright static, sticky lips that contrast with beautiful, black skin…all made very sinister again by that one distorted eye. 539 more words


Triathalon and The Marías link up for Drip

Hear the collaboration now, which arrives as the bands embark upon a joint North American tour.

Following on from inundating demand, the power of the internet has brought New York City transplants Triathalon and LA’s The Marías together from opposing sides of the continent. 466 more words


"Sick at Sea": Frank Phillips

“Frank Phillips is an English major at MTSU who makes music and writes fiction in his free time. The music encompasses a wide array of styles and moods ranging from alternative to punk to experimental electronic. 75 more words