The duo's new single follows on the heels of last year's seven-track EP — a mix of tender, delicate love songs and lush, vocal-less instrumental interludes, opening with a dreamy title track filled with easygoing lyricsMore
The street art of the COVID-19 pandemic has emerged partly as a counterpoint to the harrowing images on the news and partly as a reaction to the eerily empty streets of most cities, which has allowed the underground to emerge into the daylight.More
Mother Yeti’s second full length album My Best Please added a touch of chaotic, mystical, and ambitious indie rock to the music scene in early 2020. A project spearheaded by the relatively young band’s lead guitarist Bill Tracy, the record defines variety. From dreamy guitar solos to crisp, loud tracks that you can’t help butMore
I ran across this video back in ’05 or ’06, and it resurfaces at unusual and strangely appropriate times. It was some cutting edge shit back then, and still sets a pretty high bar.
Creator Fredo Viola writes on the film’s YouTube page that “The Sad Song video was created using about 99 15 second moviesMore
NSFW (Unless you’re working from home these days. But then you might have kids underfoot, so, what you decided to do is really on you.
There’s something that crosses that “there’s always a nugget of reality in comedy” line about “Cute House. Actually, there are a couple of somethings that cross a couple of lines, whichMore
Lisa Hilton’s critically acclaimed new album “Chalkboard Destiny” came out late in 2019. The record is a collaboration between herself on piano, JD Allen on tenor sax, Rudy Roysten on drums and Luques Curtis on bass. The combo, which feels more and more like a conversation with each track, features persistent percussive beats and free-flowingMore
We have ZERO problem sharing a funny, twisted, or just plain amazing advertisement just because it's a commercial. In fact, a great ad can restore our faith in creativity a whole lost more than a crappy movie.More