Honestly. So stupid. Here you have a piano laying out all the notes you can play. If you play all the white keys you have the major scale, an objective formula for making music that people like to hear. Or you can phrase it differently and play a minor scale with the same notes (or something? I haven’t passed basic music 2
yet). But some fucking guy. Decided, out of the 12 notes to combine with a given note, he would pick the absolute worst, most
unpleasant, most dissonant
A couple of weeks ago, we asked what you wanted to hear. And here it is! A playlist full of song requests from our beloved fans. Check it out here. Thank you everyone for your support in this crazy time. We love all of you!
Among the many tyrants that exist in the swancore scene, Royal Coda is perhaps one of the
best that has come to fruition. Their self-titled album, Royal Coda, was released on April 27th,
2018. After months of teasing out content, I was so pleased to hear Kurt Travis’ vocals on a
new project after he departed from A Lot Like Birds after No Place. What sets this record apart can be described by the interconnected scene of talented
musicians that push into new musical territ
As most tours and shows have been cancelled or postponed, the most we can do is support our musicians from afar. For me, old music, new music, and the promise of soon to be released music has helped me get through this quarantine. I'm not sure when we'll be able to go back out and see our favorite artists perform, but in the meantime, I've been reminiscing on some of the favorite shows I was able to see. COIN COIN is an indie pop band from Nashville, and I have had the pleasu
I freakin' love Still Woozy, y'all. He released a new single Friday, April 17th at midnight and it was everything I had hoped for. His smooth vocals paired with multiple layers of different instruments upholds the dreamy, chilled vibe he always seems to acquire. Accompanied by his partners unique art, the album cover and the single go hand in hand. Check out the song here and the lyric video here!
Check out an interview with Lucius Fox here! Go give Quaternary Panorama some love! Below is a comprehensive list of albums the dudes have been spinning during quarantine! Jeremy Futurebirds: Teamwork Waxawatchee: Saint Cloud Ulcerate: Stare Into Death and Be Still Caspian: On Circles Paul French 79: Joshua The Strokes: The New Abnormal Peach Pit: You and Your Friends You can find a playlist of all their stuff here.
We all know and love Dance Gavin Dance. Their album release tomorrow is going to further demonstrate their relevance in the post hardcore or “swancore” (conveniently named after DGD guitarist Will Swan) scene. Dare I say they are beginning to go more mainstream? The charts shall show us in the next couple of weeks. I am stoked to hear all of the musical ramblings that they always seem to provide, creating major juxtaposition in cleans, screams, and intricate instrumental prow
"25hoursleep," a new single released by Chicago based bedroom pop outfit, Worry Club, is the most ambitious song in their discography to date. This track takes cynical yet introspective lyrical content and blends it with bouncy guitar and punchy drums. Progressively building up to an interesting take on day to day life, the record has the capacity to make any listener dance as well as burst into tears. Maybe even both at the same time. "To me, this song is about falling to a