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“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 […]

Odesza Announces “A Moment Apart” + International Tour, Releases Two Tracks

Yesterday was a huge day for Odesza fans; The Seattle devoted fan base has been waiting for an announcement of a new body of work since In Return, the band’s sophomore album, was released. It’s been almost three years since then, so fans have been hoping a big announcement, and that’s exactly what they got. 1. A […]

[INDIE ELECTRONIC] Picture This: Artist Nadia Ahmed Visualizes Joakim’s “Samurai”

Have you ever wondered what music would look like if it were presented in the form of artwork? Well, we sure have, and that’s why we created “Picture This…” We take one artist, play them a track on repeat, and they create something. This week’s feature is the song “Samurai” by Joakim with artist Nadia […]

[INDIE/ELECTRONIC] On Planets – “Cure”

On Planets recently dropped a new single titled “Cure” and we’re really digging the vibe. The song opens up like a red curtain moving slowly to the sides of a stage, where a spotlight then flashes onto a lone singer amidst the darkness. The single takes us on a trip as the tempo speeds up […]

[CONCERT RECAP] Jai Wolf Commands Space Ships On Kindred Spirits Tour

Photos by Briana Davis Jai Wolf hit Minneapolis’ iconic First Avenue Nightclub Main Room on Sunday to promote his forthcoming EP, Kindred Spirits. With an impressive new AV setup and a few new tracks to boot, an intimate but dedicated crowd took it all in. Jai exuded confidence and genuine glee, dancing emphatically to his […]