Album Reviews

There Is No Place Like “Home” With Justin Jay

Life ain’t always much of a fairytale, but there is one piece of fiction that is true for certain: there is no place like Home. It’s 2017 and social pressures will say that in your mid-twenties you are projected to have a career, a place of your own, maybe a family. You know – a […]

J. Worra Hits House Music Home Run On “Downtown Diva” EP

The rest of the world is about to find out what those from Chicago and LA already know: J. Worra is the real deal. Early in her career, while residing in Chicago, she won competitions to play at the Windy City’s two largest dance music festivals, Spring Awakening and Wavefront. She followed up by completing […]

Cut Copy is back with fifth studio LP, Haiku From Zero

At the end of last month, the Australian band Cut Copy released its fifth studio album: Haiku From Zero. Listen to the full album here! Since 2001, the four members have been making their mark on the indie-electronic style. Founding member Dan Whitford has claimed to be “inspired by indie low-fi stuff ass much as dance” and […]

“A Moment Apart”; An In Depth Look At Odesza’s Most Ambitious Project

Featured Image: Lexy Galvis Editor’s Note: When ODESZA’s tunes first permeated the indie-electro realm five years ago— with their very first studio album Summer’s Gone— the seminal non-conformers’ tunes signified the marrying of two genres, an ominous union that had yet seen the light of day. Summer’s Gone and its standout tracks like “IPlayYouListen” and […]

Bicep Simultaneously Demonstrates Sonic Tenacity & Flexibility On Their Debut Self-Titled LP

Bicep is an electronic duo with the tenacity of battery acid pumping through one’s veins. After breaking into the scene—churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks all amongst their particularly unfashionable modus operandi— the two found their niche. Bicep broke out, virtually, as their slew of tunes struck an emotive chord with their listeners. Their […]