[ALBUM REVIEW] 'Apogee' - Whitney Tai
Grand rock operas, tantalising synth-pop passages, and big ballads - Whitney Tai transcends her own pop horizons despite some comfort zones.
Music: the dirty baggage that comes with it, the future trying to make sense of it
The edgiest pop rock kids in town still show great promise with a handful of amazing cuts.
Toronto jazz band, BADBADNOTGOOD, takes it down a notch in this peace-of-mind offering of a double-single.
Fall into the arms of wondrous listlessness, The Regrettes quarantine track doubles as a melancholic love song.
The single from his upcoming album ‘Zeros’ waxes poetry on the pointlessness of finding life’s meaning
British folk singer-songwriter, Laura Marling has released several album trailers and a single as a preview of her 7th solo studio album.
Chester Bennington's pre-Linkin Park band, Grey Daze, has released "Sometimes", featuring a heart-rending music video
A stadium anthem with so much space and magnanimity.
The vocal harmonies on this thing somehow feel even more eerie than the Simon and Garfunkel version, but it doesn't really stick the landing
A fit of industrial tantric chants, while peeking through walls of electronic sound