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by Brice Ezell

18 Jun 2015


Provo, Utah indie rockers Neon Trees bring two of their tunes to YouTube Space LA, with passionate performances aplenty.

by Adrien Begrand

18 Jun 2015


Half-English, half-Irish singer-songwriter Janie Price, who goes under the moniker Bird, is set to release her new album Figments of Our Imagination later this summer. In anticipation of its release PopMatters is pleased to premiere “Girl Can’t Decide”, a glossy synth-pop track that tells the tale of a woman stuck in a relationship that’s harder to get out of than she thought.

by Adrien Begrand

18 Jun 2015


The brainchild of Toronto musician Jordan Allen, Rolemodel has grown into a full-fledged band, yielding the debut album Before Then Was Now in 2013. A new EP entitled Claire was released this past May, and PopMatters is pleased to premiere the new video for the hazy, Slowdive-influenced track “Cruel Intentions”, which was directed by Allen himself.

by Adrien Begrand

18 Jun 2015


Formed by a group of music students at Montreal’s McGill University, Busty and the Bass has been steadily winning over audiences with their smooth, modern blend of funk, R&B, hip hop, and jazz. Led by the pulsating single “Models”, the effervescent and eclectic debut full-length Glam is set to come out next week, but PopMatters is more than happy to premiere it today.

by Brice Ezell

17 Jun 2015


Earlier this year, PopMatters premiered the Sam Cooke-indebted tune “Last Call” by the Woodstock, New York singer-songwriter Adrien Reju. With the release of her new record Strange Love and the Secret Language just a short month and a half away, we’re proud to unveil another tune of Reju’s, this time a cover version of David Bowie’s “Soul Love”. On both musical and lyrical fronts, “Soul Love” is a perfect match for the refreshingly atypical love songs that Reju sings on her new record.

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In Defense of the Infinite Universe in 'No Man's Sky'

// Moving Pixels

"The common cries of disappointment that surround No Man’s Sky stem from the exciting idea of an infinite universe clashing with the harsh reality of an infinite universe.

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