Author Archives: Emma Forster

If you missed the retro-fresh Allah-Las during their back-to-back sold out shows last night at New York’s Mercury Lounge, it would behoove you to—at the very least—check out their new video for “Had It All” and stream “Every Girl,” two previously unreleased tracks from the limited edition 7” they’re pushing at their tour merch table. […]

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Not like it’s a big deal or anything, but I have George Lewis Jr.’s phone number. George and I have a long history, see—I did an interview with him back in my sophomore year of college, and we still text each other late night sweet nothings de temps en temps. In 2013, I think that […]

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“Fågelsången,” which translates to “Birdsong” in English, is lovely and temperate, recalling bittersweet sun-soaked sounds and leaving us preemptively mourning the end of summer.

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An expertly incarnated union of haunting melancholia and glitch-infused witch-house, “Phoenix” merges the familiar with the futuristic to create an alt-pop lovechild.

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Where Y LUV thrives is in songs like “Just Enough,” their brand new single that stays true to the band’s origins but introduces an edgier synth and a more modern approach.

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Ty Segall has been called a “garage-punk prodigy” and a “San Francisco psych wunderkind,” an “ultra-prolific” “lo-fi rocker” with a “distinct talent for crafting really catchy vocal hooks.” Today though, he set aside those catchy vocals, kicked his lo-fi vibe into overdrive and teamed up with fellow Californians Chad & The Meatbodies to create a […]

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