Tag: EP

Briston Maroney’s Carnival EP Reveals The Freak Show That is Your Early Twenties

Briston Maroney’s Carnival EP Reveals The Freak Show That is Your Early Twenties

By Madison DeLaere   A gold hoop dangles from his ear; a mop of hair hangs over his closed eyes; anguished lyrics come roaring out of his mouth; he is no longer the innocent kid on your TV. Briston Maroney has changed since his American […]

Cool Girl in a Cruel World: Fleurt

Cool Girl in a Cruel World: Fleurt

Photos by @clivecadillo By Ariana Hwang & Chelsea Booth   Admit it, you’ve been beguiled by a sad girl before. One with a soft, lovely voice that can lull you in and occasionally move you to tears like an adult baby. You’ve listened to one […]

The Pulse: Trafton’s Vulnerable Pop Music in a “Hyperreal” World

The Pulse: Trafton’s Vulnerable Pop Music in a “Hyperreal” World

By Chelsea Booth All Photos By Anthony Sokolov   It’s a crisp October evening. Evan Gordon of Trafton, sits across from me in his modest Lower East Side apartment, and raises a shallow wine goblet to his lips, taking small sips of the water he […]

Q&A: No Wonders and Their Debut EP

Q&A: No Wonders and Their Debut EP

By Chelsea Booth In their debut self-titled EP, No Wonders authentically capture the uncertain nature of early adulthood; that period of time where you are no longer an adolescent, but you’re not quite an adult yet either.   Taking influences from bands like Whirr, Bombay […]

E.P. Review: Winnebago Vacation and Schmave continue the trend of Quality Upstate Music

E.P. Review: Winnebago Vacation and Schmave continue the trend of Quality Upstate Music

By Matteo Scher Although Manhattan and Brooklyn are the heart of New York’s famous music scene, it would be impossible to entirely credit these cities as the center for music without looking at the state as a whole. Ever since Robbie Robertson and The Band […]

Triathalon and Chill To “I Want It”

Triathalon and Chill To “I Want It”

If you haven’t heard a soul-surf garage band before, make this the month. Because this Savannah-based band called, Triathalon, will smoothly pull up towards your place like a bachelor on the first date. The members Adam Intrator (guitar & lead vocals), Hunter Jayne (guitar), and […]