Interview with the Parrots
Jun22

Interview with the Parrots

The Parrots By Brooke Magalis While attending university may not have been their strength, we’re certainly glad the guys who make up The Parrots decided to go, if only to meet one another. The Madrid­ based garage rock band got their start in school and have been jamming ever since. The Parrots have a ton of influences, and a lot of them are prevalent in their sound. You can hear The Strokes and The Cramps. Occasionally, like in their...

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Interview with Moullinex
Jun20

Interview with Moullinex

Moullinex By Serenat Kivilcim Luis Clara Gomes aka Moullinex is a musician, producer and remixer from Lisbon, Portugal. Having worked with numerous established acts such as Royksopp and Two Door Cinema Club, his reputation follows him as one of the most respected and talented artists in the business. He released his second studio album, “Elsewhere”, on May 18 via Discotexas, and doesn’t plan to stop...

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Holly Herndon Releases Sophomore Album “Platform”
Jun19

Holly Herndon Releases Sophomore Album “Platform”

Holly Herndon Releases Sophomore Album “Platform” By Taylor Jordan Vocal manipulation. Rhythmic Glitches. Deep drum kicks. Swirling and Stuttering atmospheres. Staccato synth-stabs. Syncopated, disjointed bass lines. These are some of the signature sounds that hit you in the face from the opening track “Interference” off Holy Herndon’s stimulating new LP, “Platform.” While she never allows the listener to relax over the course of the...

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Waxahatchee’s “Ivy Tripp”
Jun18

Waxahatchee’s “Ivy Tripp”

Waxahatchee’s “Ivy Tripp” By Nic Sanderson Katie Crutchfield, the singer-songwriter behind the Waxahatchee moniker, possesses the capability to formulate just the sort of sincere humanity the devoted listener yearns for when doused in artists flaunting ostentation and posturing. She casts off ornamentation by embracing the potentials of short, straightforward pop structures. This ability shines through many of the projects which...

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Make Music Pasadena – Wide Spectrum of Musical Talent
Jun16

Make Music Pasadena – Wide Spectrum of Musical Talent

Make Music Pasadena – Wide Spectrum of Musical Talent By Harriet Kaplan Make Music Pasadena is a free, all-day, all-ages music celebration. More than 150 bands, featuring diverse music, including seasoned performers and emerging homegrown talent, came together last Saturday, June 6, from 11 am to 11pm, for one day to celebrate the spirit of music and community. This annual music festival was held on five main stages and 30+...

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