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G-Eazy‘s The Beautiful & Damned has a few notable notes on it including some dropped...

Detroit indie rock band Flint Eastwood, fronted by Jax Anderson and her brother Syblyng...

  • Having released her third LP, Glasshouse, in late 2017, Jessie Ware kicked off her North American tour earlier this month, and it included a first-time stop at Belly Up, in Solana Beach, just north of San Diego. With her five-member band in-tow, three of whom also provided backing vocals, the London native played to a […]

  • If Post Animal‘s When I Think Of You In A Castle had a theme, it would be chaos. The songs constantly shift through motifs and subgenres, but in the best possible way. There are six* musicians throwing their hats into the ring and their collaboration takes on so many amalgamations it’s hard to keep the train […]

  • New York based (presumably soon to be Philly) musician Caroline Rose recently put out her second album Loner via New West Records. The album itself is five years in the making and those familiar with her first project may be surprised with her departure from Americana/Alt Country sound to one of soulful organ and synth […]

  • Suuns have always been a band that evolves. Within their own dark, noisy, deeply progressive sound, they still find a way to be original with each album. The early days Suuns, with tracks like “Black Hills,” were more, well consumer friendly, which undoubtedly put them on the map and “Up Past The Nursery,” admittedly, is […]

  • Thursday night at Toronto’s Mod Club offered a snapshot of Canada’s healthy electro-indie landscape. Marking the start of Milk & Bone’s North American and European tour, the evening kicked-off with Oshawa’s very own Dizzy — a young, four-piece band producing dreamy, electronic tracks, a la Purity Ring. Fronted by Katie Munshaw, a songstress with a […]

  • New Zealand’s Jordan Rakei is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer with a fine tuned ear to classic sound and an ability to gently blend influences into his own unique compositions. Rakei’s first big break was his collaboration with Disclosure on “Masterpiece” from last their acclaimed album Caracal but his own fan base runs much deeper than that, as […]

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  • Back in October of 2017, I was covering LOSE YR MIND fest when I discovered BlackWater HolyLight. It sounded as if Ty Segall and Black Sabbath had a baby, a really pretty, well dressed, shredding baby. Fast forward a...

  • The Death Valley girls are part of the Burger Records family and it seems that family subscribes to a very powerful spirituality, the Church of Rock and Roll. I would go as far to say that Bonnie Bloomgarden is...

  • I called the boys over a Burger Records during their radio show and they were kind enough to take some time to talk to me about their current tour, Burger A Go GO. The duo is incredibly enthusiastic and...

  • I was able to have a quick chat with Julia Kugel of The Coathangers. We were able to discuss the latest release comin from the threesome and short, west coast tour they’ll be doing with Burger Records via the...

  • Dengue Fever is currently on their West Coast tour. The band has been together for over 15 years and has traveled the world, started their own record company and overcome a language barrier. Senon Williams, who plays bass for...

  • ANT’LRD is the brainchild of Colin Blanton (no relation, don’t worry this FMJ is not practicing nepotism) While originally from Birmingham, Alabama he has spent the last few years in Chicago and now Portland. I had the chance to...

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