There may not be much out there about Bishop but take one listen to her music and you can start to peel back the layers of what makes her tick. The pulsating weight of past events, alongside her soulful vocals comes at you like an anthemic confession to the world. It’s the type of lay it all out on the table affair that will make you weak in the knees and asking for more.
Holy 💩 can they shred.
That‘s all you need to know about LA‘s Bleached.
Sometimes you just know when someone is going to be a ridiculous hang and in this case it’s Diet Cig. Lead by Alex Luciano’s raspy vocals and Noah Bowman’s drumming; these “two homies making tunes and eggs on the regs” create power pop driven tunes that touch on day-to-day life experiences which drum up memories from the past.
Fronted by Lindsey-Paige McCloy and flanked by teammates Alice Suh and Loren DiBlasi – They’re fans of Washer and Spit and fueled by fried chicken, Pop Rocks and The Twilight Zone.
Tag along as we visit Pratt, get some donuts and destroy one of the best mac & cheese’s Brooklyn has to offer.
Listening to Manchester’s PINS is like taking a trip back to that time. When guitars rattled your soul and the reason you were wearing a biker jacket was not to make a fashion statement, but because you were ready to hit the Lower East Side and get messed up (or mess someone else up).
One of my favorite musical discoveries came in 2014, when Jessy Lanza opened up for Caribou. The throwback, minimalist beats alongside her airy vocal palette – create a vibe that’s both chill and body moving at the same time.
This past year was all about shared experiences. The stories, laughs and hugs from all of this years experiences created memories that are just as meaningful and important as the photos themselves. A collection of moments that I’ll truly never forget.
2015 was a year that dipped into the past while giving us a glimpse of the bright future ahead. Silversun Pickups reemerged from their fuzz-rock roots and Sleater-Kinney introduced the Riot grrrl movement to a new generation. We met the soulful voice of Alessia Cara, Alison Wonderland crashed the electronic scene, Bully came out with their fists up and Father John Misty swooned his way into our ears.
It’s been a year since I first got in touch with Hinds after hearing one of their songs at a Topshop. Since then we’ve done two shoots and formed a connection that spans across the globe. Ana reflects back on how, in only six months since we first met, it feels like they’ve had a lifetime worth of experiences.
Jamil Rashad’s Boulevards sounds like an artist standing at the crossroads of past and present. A fresh take on the now while paying homage to the funk, blues, and R&B masters of the past. Follow along as both neighborhood and artist intersect in Bushwick.