An Interview with Hollow Comet: A Look Behind the Scenes

An Interview with Hollow Comet: A Look Behind the Scenes

Hollow Comet first catches our attention with its sweet, crooning acoustic style, then with its unbridled exploration of an electronic sound evoking the haunting and the cinematic. Strange Ranger vocalist Isaac Eiger began releasing songs under his solo project, Hollow Comet, a little over a year ago. The eponymous record Hollow Comet from January 2019 … Continue reading “An Interview with Hollow Comet: A Look Behind the Scenes”

An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege

An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege

Societal Siege is a Montreal-based band led by singer-songwriter Jacob Barton. Although he’s originally from Kitchener, Ontario, he spoke about how Montreal brought the band members together and helped them grow. Read more to learn about the evolution of Societal Siege and their upcoming album Dennis, which will be released on April 23rd. This interview … Continue reading “An Interview with Jacob Barton of Societal Siege”

A Look at Azealia Banks’s Broke With Expensive Taste 

A Look at Azealia Banks’s Broke With Expensive Taste 

Most people hear the words “Azealia Banks” and immediately replace whatever was next with “problematic, homophobic, racist,” if they even know who she is. Banks has had her fair share of public feuds with celebrities like Rihanna, Iggy Azalea, Lana del Ray, Perez Hilton, just to name a few. She ranted on her Instagram story, … Continue reading “A Look at Azealia Banks’s Broke With Expensive Taste ”

Tennis’s Swimmer Solidifies the Duo’s Tender Yet Electric Sound

Tennis’s Swimmer Solidifies the Duo’s Tender Yet Electric Sound

Comprised of the husband-and-wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, Tennis has been releasing full-length album since 2011, and, without ever losing their distinctive retro flair, the pair’s sound has only grown more refined. Though Tennis is scheduled to perform at Union Transfer in late April, amid recent events and other concert postponements, whether the … Continue reading “Tennis’s Swimmer Solidifies the Duo’s Tender Yet Electric Sound”

Embracing Glass Animals in Brooklyn

Embracing Glass Animals in Brooklyn

Some bands are worth going the distance for; Glass Animals is one of those bands. Truthfully New York City isn’t actually all that far from Philadelphia, unless it’s a Wednesday and you’ve got a busy, class-filled Thursday—in that case it may not make too much sense. Still, I figured they would be worth it. GA’s … Continue reading “Embracing Glass Animals in Brooklyn”

Having Fun at the of Montreal Show

Having Fun at the of Montreal Show

The concept of fun is directly foregrounded on of Montreal’s new album and tour, and I am grateful for the increase in representation of this subject. Fun has had a disappointingly shallow exploration in philosophical thought. While Plato, Kant, Hegel, and the rest of them poured out their hearts for metaphysics and epistemology, they messed … Continue reading “Having Fun at the of Montreal Show”

A Conversation with Tierra Whack

A Conversation with Tierra Whack

“Philly, Philly, Philly, every chance I get, I’m always saying I’m from Philly.” In our short conversation with Tierra Whack (which almost didn’t happen due to our extreme social anxiety as we followed her from school to school), she couldn’t help but repeatedly mention her pride for Philadelphia. She recounted growing up with a love … Continue reading “A Conversation with Tierra Whack”

Romance, Cynicism, and Human Extinction in Grimes’s Miss Anthropocene

Romance, Cynicism, and Human Extinction in Grimes’s Miss Anthropocene

Is there value in an aesthetics of the climate crisis? Understanding climate change as both intimately personal and impossibly impersonal, singing alternately from the perspectives of human, earth, and machine, Grime’s Miss Anthropocene, released on 2/21 with Canadian label 4AD, paints a picture of the apocalypse which is at once bleak, romantic, and, in the artist’s own … Continue reading “Romance, Cynicism, and Human Extinction in Grimes’s Miss Anthropocene”

Beach Bunny Walks Us Through Love in Honeymoon

Beach Bunny Walks Us Through Love in Honeymoon

With their 2018 hit “Prom Queen,” Chicago-based Beach Bunny captured countless of hearts with a stream of power-pop anthems. Lead singer Lili Trifilio’s voice is impressed with magnetism and verve, her lyrics full of heart and spirit — uniquely plucky and defiant, often sad yet always laced with a sense of vitality. On Valentine’s Day, … Continue reading “Beach Bunny Walks Us Through Love in Honeymoon”