Monthly Archives: December 2022

AUDIO: TayBae FT. Joey Bandino – “Nightride”

Hip hop artist TayBae teamed up with Joey Bandino for her latest single. She leans into her singing side here, switching lanes to avoid expectations and determined to make as much money as possible. The production’s got a shadowy late-night feel to it, reflecting that TayBae moves in the shadows and is careful about who she rocks with; people know

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VIDEO: Caley Conway – “All Good Dreamers”

Singer-songwriter Caley Conway recently released her “Only A Dark Cocoon” EP, where she built full songs out of lyrics from Joni Mitchell’s song “The Last Time I Saw Richard.” Her video for the track “All Good Dreamers” is out now, and it’s conceptualized and directed by Ehson Rad (Devil Met Contention). The scene finds Conway seated in hues of blue

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AUDIO: Osseo – “Anders (Lofi Remix)”

Emo rockers Osseo released their debut album last year, and now George Kuether of Versio Curs has brought us a remixed version of their song “Anders.” The song tackles being judged or hated because of something you’ve done, and whether it’s worth caring or not. Favoring electronic production over conventional band instrumentation, Kuether’s remix of Osseo’s “Anders” gives the song

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AUDIO: Hurt Alwys FT. Speak – “Back 2 Life”

Electronic pop artist Hurt Alwys enlisted Mexico City-based rapper Speak for his latest single, out today on all platforms. The song is about being detached and spiraling out of control but needing someone to help you get back on your feet. Its anxious tempo and resounding chorus together captivate a sense of urgency. Speak’s verse tackles the contradiction of having

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AUDIO: Terry Alan Hackbarth – “Never Really Found You”

Singer-songwriter Terry Alan Hackbarth, known for his work with longtime psych-pop band Trolley, is out with his debut single. It’s a song about letting someone go who you never truly got to know. The song’s got a jangle pop feel that puts danceable sensibilities to an otherwise melancholy tale. We hope it’s the sign of something bigger to come from

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