ALBUM REVIEW: Franz Ferdinand – ‘Always Ascending’

Since their last release almost five years ago, Franz Ferdinand return with a slightly altered lineup on Always Ascending, released February 9th.<!—more—> Not quite fifteen years since Franz Ferdinand made their international breakthrough with the catchy single “Take Me Out”, the band finds themselves in a much different musical atmosphere trying

ON RADAR: King Shelter – “Pick Your Poison”

Southern California based band King Shelter release their latest single "Pick Your Poison" in anticipation of their upcoming full length debut '$hame', soon to be released March 30th. King Shelter's regional influence is no secret.  Southern California culture infiltrates their first EP Failure with its surf rock influence and purely American

INTERVIEW: KRANE Talks ‘Fallout’, Touring

Northern California based producer and artist KRANE caught the ear of the electronic music world with his collaborative project 'SESSIONS' where he accepted submissions from any artists and chose his favorites to collaborate with. His attempts to connect with as many artists as possible revealed his exploratory and communal approach to

ALBUM REVIEW: Odesza – ‘A Moment Apart’

Electronic duo Odesza stray little from their comfort zone with their third studio album A Moment Apart, and indeed continue to make comfortable, chill tracks.  Released September 8th, A Moment Apart offers insight into the experience and success that Odesza has gained since their 2012 debut. 15589

Top 10 Artists to See at Outside Lands 2017

The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is celebrating its tenth anniversary this weekend August 11-13 in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Along with plenty of food, beer, and wine, the musical line up stretches across many categories as well.  The headliners, include The Who, Gorillaz, Lorde, A

ALBUM REVIEW: Arcade Fire – ‘Everything Now’

Since 2001, Arcade Fire has risen from little known indie band to an arena filling household name.  All along this ascension the band has transformed musically in a dramatic fashion, adding noisy complexity and ambitiously fusing genres.  Everything Now, released July 28, is a continuation and exploration of this same