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by Adrien Begrand

23 Nov 2015


How New England singer-songwriter Julie Rhodes was discovered is a great story. Artist Jonah Tolchin heard her singing along to one of his songs during his performance, they talked after the show, and soon after he was co-producing her debut album at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Not only that, but Bound to Meet the Devil, which comes out on 26 February, features guest appearances by Spooner Oldham, Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins, and Greg Leisz. For all the talent helping out on the record, this thing is all about Rhodes, who makes her presence know immediately on the opening cut “In Your Garden”, which can be heard below.

by Adrien Begrand

23 Nov 2015


Twenty-year-old Los Angeles singer-songwriter r e l released her self-titled debut EP earlier this year, and to follow that up she’s recorded a terrific electropop cover of “Gooey”, the hit 2014 single by UK indie pop darlings Glass Animals. She’s just completed a video for the track.

by Adrien Begrand

23 Nov 2015


Winnipeg folk-roots trio Red Moon Road returned earlier this months with their latest album Sorrows + Glories, and their new single “Seasons” is one of the record’s highlights, bolstered by an appearance by string quartet the Fretless.

by Adrien Begrand

23 Nov 2015

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Kessia Enbry

Australian blues/roots star Mia Dyson will be releasing a new EP called Right Hereon 12 February, and as you can hear on the new single “Tearing Up the Lawn” she excels at conveying angst and restlessness within a short, taut power pop song.

by Adrien Begrand

20 Nov 2015


German band Secrets of the Moon are set to release their sixth full-length album SUN on 4 December. As you can hear on the new track “Hole” below, they artfully blend black metal with more gothic overtones, as touches of the Cure and Fields of the Nephilim creep into the ominous track.

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The Vast Loneliness of 'No Man's Sky'

// Moving Pixels

"You cannot escape yourself in No Man's Sky. There is little to do but analyze the self.

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