On May 21st, Will Joseph Cook came out with his new single, “Driverless Cars” which I highly recommend! The lyrics of this song mostly involve a repeating chorus about feeling uncertain, much like a driverless car. Because the lyrics are repetitive, Cook played around a lot with the instrumentals in this song. The song begins with a bass line and is followed by a guitar mirroring the melody Cook is singing. This part of the song can be categorized by the sporadic vocals and s
TWIN XL released a new single “Melt” on May 22nd . It’s the kind of indie-pop/synthy song that reminds me of summer. They also released a super vibey music video for it on the 28 th that goes hand in hand with their album art. As well as this single, they released their first EP How to Talk to Strangers in 2019, so go check that out too! Right now our musicians can use all the love they can get <3 Go check out the video here. Listen to “Melt” here. How to Talk to Strangers
We’ve all believed things in our lives that weren’t true just because it made us feel better to ignore the truth. The tooth fairy literally paid us off with cash money to look the other way on their nonexistence. Santa as well, only comes once a year but brings more cash value through presents, in a subscription
that doesn’t run out when you’ve lost all your baby teeth. And the Easter bunny leaves candy all around your house (a comparatively small amount but makes up for it
Infinitely Ordinary dropped on May 1st, the debut album of The Wrecks. I got to see them almost two years ago headline with 2 EP’s. This debut album took them almost three years, and although there were a couple times when they gave us hope for its release, they never officially released a date. This past year the Wrecks have been releasing singles at a time, and it was exciting to hear new stuff. “Out of Style," “Fvck Somebody,” and “Freaking Out” were a few of the recently
Artist: ESA [Electronic Substance Abuse]
Album: Burial 10
Release Date: Feb 7, 2020
For Fans Of: Hocico, iVardensphere, Psyclon Nine, Author & Punisher, Die Sektor Dark. Heavy. Tribal. Complex. Layered. Visceral.
These are all adjectives that come to mind when trying to describe the sound of ESA (aka Jamie Blacke, also a collaborator with iVardensphere), who has returned in 2020 with his latest offering of bizarre industrial music.
This is actually an artist who I disc