On Wax: TDE Takeover + More

On Wax: TDE Takeover + More

ScHoolboy Q Returns The always amazing ScHoolboy Q has finally unleashed new music. “Numb Numb Juice” is what we expect to be the first single off of Q’s upcoming fifth album. The single is short, but far from sweet as Q rips through with cold bars and intense flows. The modern trap production is also […]

Premier: Night Gestalt, ‘New Glasir’

Premier: Night Gestalt, ‘New Glasir’

Night Gestalt, the moniker for the keenly experimental and ambient IDM music from Olof Cornéer, returns today, March 15 with new single, “A Social Contract.” Marking the lead track from Night Gestalt’s sophomore album, New Glasir, “A New Social Contact” takes on a life of its own through arpeggios and vivid sonic textures. Click here […]

Pioneers of New Melody Pt. I

Pioneers of New Melody Pt. I

November 6, 2014. I anxiously attended my very first concert during my freshman semester at the University of Oregon. I’d never been a fan of large crowds, being touched or bumped into by random strangers due to childhood fits of claustrophobia from having a big frame. Weeks prior, my then roommate convinced my frugal ass […]

Kehlani Gives Us Something to Listen to While We Wait

Kehlani Gives Us Something to Listen to While We Wait

Kehlani — pregnant, glowing, and making music like she never left. The ethereal songstress dropped her nine-song mixtape on February 21, 2019, which is just weeks before her baby is due. According to The Fader, the title While We Wait serves as symbolism for her second studio album she plans to drop later this year. It’s also an […]

What I’m Streaming: Revenge

What I’m Streaming: Revenge

Beware the Ides of March! Ever since Julius Caesar got a bunch of knives in the back, March 15th has become synonymous with betrayal. That’s why this month, we’re covering the only natural response to such a thing: sweet, sweet vengeance. Here are some picks to satiate that bloodlust…or maybe just help you laugh it […]

‘Deadly Class:’ Keeping ‘80s Alternative Music Alive

‘Deadly Class:’ Keeping ‘80s Alternative Music Alive

Class is in session. Deadly Class that is, and as the bell sounds the commencement, the ass-kicking begins against the backdrop of a badass soundtrack. The action-packed SYFY show is doing what many have failed to do—keeping ‘80s alternative music alive and well, which is something that I think we can all agree is timeless. For those […]