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Soulful Translations: An Interview with Indie Vocalist Oriel Poole

LA-based neo-soul vocalist Oriel Poole has a voice that resonates with your soul. Her vocal tone calls to mind greats such as Erykah Badu and Lana Del Rey but her seductive, otherworldly sound is uniquely her own.  Born in the UK and raised in the United States, Oriel first embarked on a promising design career, but during […]

The Knocks + Foster the People Parody Cult Classics In Their Latest Visual

The Knocks and Foster the People recently joined forces to create a visual for their track, ‘Ride or Die.’  The track gained attention back in March, but has re-emerged in the form of a playful, parody-ridden music video. ‘Ride or Die’ features The Knocks and Foster the People frontman Mark Foster as our time traveling protagonists. […]

Kuzo Makes Magic with Latest Track, ‘Monsoon’

Emerging indie-electro-pop duo Kuzo released their sultry track “Monsoon” earlier this spring, and we still can’t stop listening to it. The LA-based duo deliver a sweet and sultry vibe in their latest release. The smooth, beckoning vocals teeter between fire and ice. Like the hot whisper of a live wire, “Monsoon” spits an energy that is […]

Mac DeMarco Teams Up With Melanie Faye For “Eternally 12”

It started last night. Exhausted after a long day, I decided to check Instagram one final time before going to bed. As I scrolled through my feed, I received a notification that Mac DeMarco was going live. After clicking on the stream, it became apparent that Mac was busy working in the studio, and was […]

Dabin Touches The Heavens In Ethereal Track, “Lights”

“Some nights I can’t explain the way I feel, the way I’m wired. You make things seem so clear. So we can leave the lights on.” Korean-Canadian producer/multi-instrumentalist Dabin recently dropped his EP Pyres. The intimate, two-track collection was co-released with Kannibalen Records and Seeking Blue, and features vocalists Trove and Lexi Norton of Echos. Pyres features future pop tracks “Lights” […]