Japanese Breakfast Releases New JRPG Japanese Break-Quest, A Sci-Fi Space-ship Powered by Friend-ship

Japanese Breakfast, the pseudonym of Philadelphia Indie star Michelle Zauner, released her newest project, Japanese Break-Quest, this past Thursday Sept. 14th. Largely inspired by her recent album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, the game is a journey through outer space as the main character, space pilot J. Brekkie, gathers her bandmates to construct her robot ...

Run-On Sentence Reviews: Brand New – Science Fiction

This album is your brain vacillating between actively wanting to die and desperately needing to live, between getting dragged down in the murk and vaporizing the murk with an atom bomb, between burning slowly down to nothingness and exploding with the blinding white light of vitality, between offering itself to the god of Existential Dread ...

The Meadows 2017: Who to Catch

Next weekend, the Meadows takes over Citi Field in Queens, NY. Here are the acts you can't miss: Friday Run the Jewels- This duo’s high energy beats make for the perfect festival set. Two Door Cinema Club- Everyone’s favorite indie-rock band! Come see Alex Trimble’s recently shaved head! Marian Hill- This electronic funk duo is ...

Brockhampton: The Return and Reinvention of the Boyband

by Noa Jett Brockhampton, an up-and-coming collective, will be playing The Foundry next Wednesday. The group, which prefers to be known as a boyband, has had quite a busy summer. Following a VICE series chronicling their rise (which they pitched to the network themselves), they released their first two full-length albums called SATURATION and SATURATION II, two installments of ...

Rozes at the Resident

On Friday, pop-powerhouse Rozes performed at the Resident in Downtown Los Angeles all the way from Philadelphia. The vocalist and songwriter is most well known for writing and singing the song "Roses" by the Chainsmokers, and has collaborated with many artists including Cash Cash, Big Gigantic, and Logic to create infectious pop songs with lush ...

Bad Suns @ The Fonda 6/23

If anyone told me that the slightly chubby kid with a bowl cut who I saw walking around my elementary school campus would become a rockstar, I probably would not have believed them. Bad Suns, fronted by lead singer Christo Bowman (aforementioned chubby bowl cut kid), showed that they are a force to be reckoned ...

COIN @ The Troubadour 6/16

At their second sold out show in their two night stay at the Troubadour, indie band COIN amazed the audience with their energy and passion. Following a strong opening set from A R I Z O N A, COIN took the stage to “Feeling,” off their new album, “How Will You Know If You Never ...

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