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Sumner is an expert in keeping things moving. As a result, the EP’s five standout songs are awash with harsh guitar lines and screaming synth, leaving very little room for rest as she pinballs between...
As a musician, Allie X combines synths, drum machines, a haunting soprano, and the apex of every 1980s teen flick, like, ever. (No wonder Katy Perry is a noted fan.)
Anyone who has visited the border region knows there’s a feeling of a third, unnamed city floating about between the two, bridging the Mexican side with the US. The Chamanas resonate that sound.
The quick-witted Ghanaian rapper is living proof that Africa is next to break into mainstream hip-hop.
Let’s get one thing straight; taking shots at FYF Festival is not unlike Banksy’s dystopian Disneyland. Over my two days spent at the Los Angeles Festival, I saw plenty of attendees fall into states of...
The California trio's debut album harkens back to hazier days
Fifteen years after their last release, Red Sleeping Beauty returns with new single, “Always”.
We caught up with the Japanese rockers at Fuji Rock Festival where they discuss the band's fateful formation and their love of cheap American 7/11 pizza.
Dasha Luks is quite a rare bird on the Russian indie scene—no wonder we’ve been paying a great deal of attention to Moscow’s DIY synthpop diva for several years now.
A few month ago, Argentine label ZZK celebrated the life of the legendary Bolivian singer Luzmila Carpio.
Since it’s incredibly rare that any event gets it so right, I’ll give the first words of this recap to OFF Festival founder Artur Rojek.
From Föllakzoid's neo-Krautrock vibes to The Holy Drug's dreamy art-rock tunes, lend your ears to the seven acts reinvigorating the South American psych-rock scene.