For the past couple of years, my favorite hobby has been raking through the Spotify “New Music Friday” and “Discover Weekly” playlists to find my new favorite songs and artists. From my findings, I usually assemble a playlist chock-full of fresh music to listen to. It started as a weekly
If you haven’t heard of Caroline Rose, it’s high time you listen up. Caroline Rose is an artist with intent and direction; one you couldn’t look away from even if you tried. Of course, her bright red monochromatic outfits don’t make that any easier. I’ve mentioned Rose in my writing
It’s been a while since I’ve heard a record from an artist that is so unapologetically themselves. It’s been even longer since I’ve heard a record from an artist in which every song seems to hit home (in ways I may not even immediately understand). I typically refrain from posting
Your go-to playlist for a just-peachy pilgrimage. The fifth annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is fast approaching, and I’m here to be your guide through the lineup. I’ve curated a playlist filled with some artists on the lineup we know and love, and some deep cuts from artists that
Long Beach, California trio half•alive bring a fresh take to indie rock. Members Josh Taylor (vocals), J Tyler Johnson (bass), and Brett Kramer (drums) effortlessly infuse pop and funk elements into their alternative sound that are guaranteed to get you dancing. The group is adept at pairing lyrics that address
Looks like our favorite Scoops Ahoy employee is servin’ up some incredible music. Joe Keery, known for playing Steve Harrington on Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things, shared his debut solo single Tuesday afternoon. Under the name Djo, Keery released “Roddy,” a dynamic psychedelic rock track. The song layers haunting percussive
Boston based trio PVRIS released their new single “Death of Me” this past Friday. Spoiler alert: it rules. The track boasts synth-pop beats entangled in seductive alt-rock grit. While the single marks a definite growth in the band’s sound, the alluring track still feels as true to PVRIS as ever.
Can you believe we’re already halfway through 2019? No, I don’t know where the time has gone, but if there’s one thing I do know, it’s that the music released this year has been incredible. To celebrate, I’ve got a gift for you all. I’ve concocted a playlist to showcase
Inspired by the New Orleans Jazz Fest, Franklin, Tennessee’s Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is one that celebrates the city’s history. In just its fifth year, the festival has managed to book both upcoming and legendary acts in rock and roll, soul, and indie genres (just to name a few).
Indie pop has a cool new sound; it’s dark and brutally honest. If you think you can handle that, say hello to your new favorite artist. Meet BENEE, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Auckland, New Zealand. It’s evident the New Zealand native isn’t afraid to take risks. BENEE’s “genre-bending” sound is