I am pleased to present you with the global premiere of her latest single, "Goddess," which finds her once again in the world music vein as she calls on and portrays the Goddesses Athena, Venus, Diana, Inanna and Laxmi as she sings...Read more
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interview by Michael McCarthy Danish singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer Nanna Øland Fabricius, better known by her stage name Oh Land, is about as brilliant a musician as they come. The funny thing is, she had no plans of making a career out of music. Although she was born the child of composer...Read more
The delicious and highly potent "Moonshine" is the third track to be released from Lamb's The Secret Of Letting Go, which will be out on April 26th, and it's certainly something new from the duo....Read more
Critically-acclaimed UK pianist-singer-songwriter Phildel's new single "Electric Heights" hails from her upcoming third album, Wave Your Flags, which is due out on 3/22, and we've been listening to it several times a day since discovering it last week....Read more
Musically, Phantogram dive deeper into the realm of mainstream pop with their infectious new single, "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," but they certainly have not lost their edgy. They might even be edgier. I suppose some will complain that it's more pop than electropop or...
This Friday night, June 17th, Kristin Kontrol will be playing The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub located at 472-480 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139. If her name doesn’t ring a bell, perhaps you’ll recall her as Dee Dee from the popular rock band Dum Dum Girls, which she was lead vocalist for during...Read more
We last heard from New Zealand’s Pip Brown when she released her 2012 album Anxiety, which was a solid pop record that featured a lot more guitars and considerably less synth and electronic sounds than her self-titled 2008 debut. Unfortunately, many fans — and critics — complained about the change of direction. On...Read more