The group responsible for my 2020 album of the year is back with what may be their last release ever!
New UK-based pop star Flo Gallop just released her debut single, “21,” and it’s chock-full of personality, youthfulness, and fun.
Swedish indie pop artist, Elseebub, comes out with a new, inspiring track about pushing through obstacles.
Weezer’s “surprise” record is gorgeous, new, and surprisingly good.
Famous music reviewer Anthony Fantano, A.K.A theneedledrop, released his top albums of the year list. And I’m going to reorder it according to my opinion, as I did the past two years.
Tommy Newport’s new single, “Yellow Line” is a quick and fun dance track with trippy guitars and a funky bass line that will get stuck in your head for days.
Solo indie electro pop project, Practice, is gearing up to release his first record, “Not a Game,” on February 19th. We discuss the journey to its release and his experience becoming a solo artist in this brief interview!
After the legendary “Die Lit” (2018), Playboi Carti returns in pretty disappointing fashion, no matter how many highlights are on this long-winded record.
Rising hip-hop star, Racquel Jones discusses her artistic influences and approach to her new record, IgnoRANT, coming soon!
SLUGS are a four-person alternative and indie rock group based out of Los Angeles whose recent single, “Super Sane,” approaches with a subtle intensity akin to many other genre stars … Continue reading SLUGS: Super Sane (2020) — Single Review
British indie pop and indie rock project, The Trusted, come with a new single, “Criminals,” which is a hypnotic and emotive anthem resembling artists like the 1975.
In the chaos of this year, I’ve missed a lot of the great releases I was looking forward to, or maybe reviewed them on another site. This is my chance to give condensed reviews of all the records from this year.