Like any self-respecting (or is it disrespecting?) goth-wannabe, I’ve got a bit of an inclination toward the dramatic. Once upon a time, it manifested in jet black eyeliner and meticulous wardrobe styling. But ever since the quarantine routine proved that #aesthetic moments could be effectively restricted to “proof of life” Instagram posts, I’ve had to
Is it cliché to say that we can’t believe it’s April already? It’s almost like time is a cruel and relentless construct, marching steadily forward and mounting distance between us and our most cherished moments… Something to that effect… On a much more critical note, it also means we’re due for a round-up of our
Keeping up with their trend of monthly releases, Ludovico Technique have just dropped their latest single, “Dreaming.” And in case you felt compelled to sleep on it (sorry, not sorry), we’re here to warn you—with maximum ominous cyborg energy—that doing so would be a grave mistake. Ludovico Technique have amassed a cult following with the
“Am I the only one who doesn’t wanna live forever, ’cause forever’s not enough?” Kulick begs a haunting question in the title track of his newly released, sophomore album, Everyone I Know Will Die. For many, the sentiment—bound at the junction of anxiety and a clear-eyed fixation of one’s own reality—is likely all-too-familiar. But it’s
2021 may have been “2020 Part 2,” but let’s not call it a total wash. For those of us desperate for a break from pandemic routines, it proved to be another good year for music discovery. Afterall, when repetitive days and current events are weighing heavy, a playlist refresh can be as good as a
In honor of their 20th anniversary, The Dollyrots have gone Down The Rabbit Hole, celebrating their notable tenure with a compilation of never-released tracks, B-sides, and nostalgic covers. The 24-track album is an eclectic display of the band’s progression and unwavering sense of self. Disc 1 takes listeners on an excitedly non-linear journey from their
Marking their third single release since their 2020 EP, ‘Color Me,’ Go For Gold debuted “Bloom” last week. Spoiler alert: it’s an emblem of elegant catharsis.
Like any former emo kid, I’m well acquainted with the concept of a “Bad Brain Day.” You know, those mornings when you wake up in a mood for either no good reason or way too many. Maybe your head is racing with all your to-dos… You can’t remember how to breathe, let alone get out of