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

Introducing: NYC Rapper Rah-C Talks Inspirations, State of Hip-Hop and What’s Next For Him

There's a ton of great hip-hop music coming out right now, and B-Sides spoke with one of the most exciting New York lyricists - Rah-C. He started making music at a very young age, and Rah has evolved into a powerful artist with a message. He spoke with us about his inspirations, the state of hip-hop and what we can expect from him next. Where are you from and when did you start making music? I was born in Queens, NY and lived with my mom and dad for a few years. After my father was going through some substance abuse issues