VIDEO: Sights & Sounds From Edwardian Ball San Francisco 2019

The annual Edwardian Ball in San Francisco, CA headed into its 19th year just as strong as it was in its earlier years. The theme for the 2019 edition was "The Rose Pedal Garden", featuring a playful, bicycle-powered wonderland set in an enchanted English garden, highlighted by the story of the year, Edward Gorey's classic, The Epiplectic Bicycle. The two night event showcases the most eclectic and interesting art, live music, theatre, fashion, literature, ballroom dancing, DJs, circus spectacular, technology new & old, and the beloved creations of author and illustrator Edward Gorey. The opening night of the two-night

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – KREAM Talk Formation, Tiesto Influence

The Norwegian electronic production duo KREAM had a breakout year in 2018 with the release of their single “Deep End” and subsequent remixes marked by its chart-topping follow-up “Decisions” (feat. Maia Wright). The duo comprised of brothers Daniel and Markus Slettebakken got into music production after spending their early years jet skiing competitively. It was in 2016 when things broke out for KREAM when their track "Taped Up Heart" garnered much attention and charted on Billboard's Hot/Dance Electronic chart. Having completed their recent US tour in support of Lost Kings, highlighted by the release of the track

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Juice Have Fun Experimenting With Sounds, Exceed Expectations

The seven members (Ben Stevens, Kamau Burton, Christian Rose, Dan Moss, Miles Clyatt, Rami El-Abidin, and Michael Ricciardulli) of Juice describe themselves "Boy-band Super Rock Group" and are clearly more than the sterotypical boy-band. The Boston band, who met while going to Boston College, evoke a rhythmic/harmonic blend of of every genre from hip hop, R&B pop, and rock that their growing fanbase has found infectious. “The hardest question for us to answer is always who do we sound like. We have so many influences from so many different places. When it all falls together, we end up

Top 7 Post Break-Up Songs

While many will celebrate with flowers, teddy bears, and box of chocolates with their significant others on Valentine's Day. We dedicate this playlist to those who are single, recently split, or hiding their true romantic feelings. We're counting down our Top 7 Post Break-Up Songs to warm your depressed hearts, erase any bad memories on tinder, and forget about lovey-dovey couples. 7. RITUAL, Tove Styrke "Love Me Back" British electronic trio RITUAL collaborate with Swedish pop singer Tove Styrke in this emotional weight of a song. The two are conflicted about their feelings even after a break-up when they sing "So please

INTERVIEW: Japanese Wallpaper Finds Balance and Comfort In Studio and On-Stage

Australian artist Gab Strum of Japanese Wallpaper will be opening for Lily Allen in his native Australia for a handful of select shows starting February 4, 2019. He recently released his first new material in two and a half years with “Fooling Around”, a track that gives a hint of the direction this rising artist is headed with his first full-length due out in 2019. Born Gab Strum, he was 15 years old and on a tediously long family vacation when he started his journey into creating music. With nothing to do but listen to Tycho and

ALBUM REVIEW: Nina Nesbitt Impresses With Debut, ‘The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change’

The twenty-four year old Scottish pop singer, Nina Nesbitt, has blossomed since her debut album Peroxide and is proud of her sophomore record The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change from her new label Cooking Vinyl. The title is from her last track on the album, which the idea came from walking in London where she lived. Nesbitt explains the philosophical meaning behind the name; "It reminds people everything in life is temporary-- whether good or bad. Just be aware. It'll change." Nesbitt shares her latest creation to the world this month embarking on her next tour. Nesbitt describes her album

INTERVIEW: Broods Open A New Chapter with ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’

New Zealand pop duo BROODS, made up of siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott, have a brand new honest, danceable album called ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ out on Friday, Feb 1 via Neon Gold Records. The album is laced with their signature dark-pop synth sounds while at the same time sounding like nothing they’ve released before. Coming three years after their sophomore album ‘Conscious,’ ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ is full of powerful, confident songwriting about topics ranging form mental health to trying to navigate through some of life's most uncertain moments. ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ dives into all of

PHOTO REVIEW: G-Eazy Returns To New Parish In Oakland, CA

Even though G-Eazy has gained international recognition over the past number of years, he's always brought a special vibe to his native Bay Area shows, whether it be unique setlists or local Bay Area rappers to join him on-stage. The New Parish is a small venue in Oakland, CA known for supporting local acts and the starting venue for G-Eazy when he was a young performer. The venue had been commemorating their 10th anniversary this month with special shows capped off with an intimate show by G-Eazy. The show proceeds were already earmarked for the Nova Phoenix’s

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Peter Bjorn And John Talk ‘Darker Days’

Ten years after unleashing their hit single “Young Folks,” Peter Bjorn and John returned with their new studio LP Darker Days in late 2018. The album was written almost immediately after the release of 2016’s Breakin’ Point and the band decided to strip away the noise and take it back to a simpler time where it was just the three of them, playing music together and releasing albums every other year. Inspired by some old artwork that was meant for their album Breakin Point, the title Darker Days became the starting point and central theme of the album.

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – morgxn: New Version of “Home” Is “Closer To My Heart”

“B-Sides is where it’s at” says Nashville artist Morgxn (Morgan Carr) as he sits down with us to discuss his debut album Vital, his collaboration with Nick Petricca of Walk The Moon for his hit single “Home", and his involvement with Covenant House which inspired “Home". The pair sang “home” for the first time live at morgxn’s Lollapalooza debut performance earlier this summer and decided to go into the studio to turn it into an official collaboration. The electronic R&B soulful singer morgxn hails from Nashville, the soulful artist grew up surrounded by music, guided by his grandfather,

Weezer Surprises Fans With Release of ‘The Teal Album’

Weezer surprised fans with the release of an all covers album, Weezer (The Teal Album). The album contains their take on predominantly 80s songs, in addition to their massive cover of “Africa” by Toto, ranging from “Take On Me” by a-ha, "Everybody Wants to Rule The Word" by Tears for Fears to the 90s jam "No Scrubs" by TLC and the 60s classic, “Happy Together” by The Turtles. Their interpretation of these classics holds true to their originals and Weezer don't get in the way to making an overt statement. Weezer (The Teal Album) precedes the band’s forthcoming new

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Crush Club at Snowglobe 2018

New York City duo, Crush Club are a new band comprised of experienced musicians and performers TC Milan (vocalist) and producer/multi-instrumenatlist Le Chev. The two had met while working together as members of the pop/electronic outfit Avan Lava, a band they formed in 2009. Although Avan Lava experienced praise and critical acclaim for their live shows that inspired a party-like atmosphere and dancing, TC and Le Chev began to experiment in a new sonic direction that would lead them to form Crush Club in 2016. “Everything has a cycle, whether it’s disco or pop or whatever, so

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – LP Giobbi at Snowglobe 2018

Los Angeles based producer, DJ, and fashion designer LP Giobbi (née Leah Chisholm) has been building up a reputation as a strong and entertaining live performer. The track "Amber Rose," has become an anthem for its combination of lyrics on female empowerment and dance rhythms. Trained in jazz piano at UC Berkeley, LP Giobbi was recruited by the electronic project, LEX, her first exposure to working with synthesizers and fast-tracked her to becoming a pro with various electronic production software tools. Having shared a stage with artists ranging from Gallant (providing support for Billboard’s Next Big Sound showcase) to Madame

PHOTO REVIEW: Snowglobe 2018 Highlights Outweigh Cold Temperatures

The highly anticipated Snowglobe 2018 proved to be another unique and memorable experience as the annual New Year’s Eve festival rung in the new year. Already set with headliners Above and Beyond, Diplo and Rezz, the late addition of G-Eazy, Goldlink, Tyga, Kaskade and Rae Sremmurd elevated the excitement for the eighth year of Snowglobe that was recently acquired by MTV. The ski and snowboard Big Air stage brought out numerous talented athletes that performed impressive tricks and jumps, interacting with the local Tahoe Fire Dancers and the new Rail Jam. 16830