A Definitive Timeline of Death Cab for Cutie

Sunday, August 26, 2018

The indie rock legends Death Cab for Cutie have been through it as a band, constantly rebuilding and reimagining their music in order to create relevant rock that still resonates with a core fanbase while also attracting newcomers. In anticipation of Thank You for Coming, the band’s first album to be released without founding member ...

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Influential Inspirations: Time, Environment and Nostalgia

Friday, August 24, 2018

All art comes from somewhere. For me, it’s from the sounds, sights and cultures that surround me. I first started to really notice the surrounding music world when I was around 12 years old. I was entering seventh grade, and it was the beginning of Bar/Bat Mitzvah season in my town. Almost every weekend, someone ...

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Mona Haydar is woke af

Friday, August 17, 2018

Mona Haydar is woke af. She is a first generation Syrian-American rapper, poet, chaplain, wife, mother, and activist originally from Flint, MI who now resides in Brooklyn. She found viral success with her  empowering debut single "Hijabi", which Billboard named it one of 2017’s top protest songs and 25 top feminist anthems of all time. ...

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Wafia’s new song “I’m Good” is an infectious indie-pop gem

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Australian artist WAFIA is in the midst of her biggest year yet. The bold singer-songwriter of Iraqi-Syrian descent made waves lending her angelic vocals to Louis the Child's smash hit summer jam "Better Not." Wafia joined the Interscope Records duo to perform the song during their sets at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheater near Morrison, Colorado. During all the ...

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Violet Days Talk Their Inspirations and Putting Together Their Debut EP

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Their latest single may be called “Somber,” but that’s not the feeling that comes across when Violet Days talk about their music. The Sweden-based synthpop artist made up of lead vocalist Lina Hansson and production partner Kris Eriksson are anything but when discussing the track and their experiences. We got the chance to talk with ...

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2K18 Playlist: Reggaeton

Sunday, July 22, 2018

If you’ve ever had a friend study abroad, you know that once they return they are particularly intolerable because they never shut up about how amazing those few months were. After spending a semester studying in Spain, I am essentially obligated to tell everyone that the Spaniards do everything better than anyone else. While I ...

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Covers: Jasmine Luv and Genevieve O'Reilly
Inside, cover star Jasmine Luv opens up about how good it feels to make people laugh, her role on Starter Pack, and more; cover star Genevieve O'Reilly talks about the importance of family in acting, her roles in The Ferryman and Tin Star; actor Sheaun McKinney talks his journey as an actor and new comedy series The Neighborhood.
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