Category: Single Reviews

SINGLE OF THE WEEK: MILKK – Pacific Kiss

Despite only having been a full trio for less than a month, and only existing for almost two, indie-pop group MILKK are making waves with their first single, “Pacific Kiss.” The Nashville/Minneapolis based group took inspiration from LA for their newest single, referencing Malibu and Pacific Coast Highway (highway one, as they call it), drawing ...

Single Review: “Machinist” by Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast (the solo project of Philadelphia-based artist Michelle Zauner) has announced her sophomore album, titled, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, or S.S.F.A.P for short, and released the first single, called "Machinist," with a video to accompany it. When I saw Japanese Breakfast perform at First Unitarian Church, Zauner explained that the song is about the ...

Single Review: “Silver” by Waxahatchee

Waxahatchee has announced a new album, "Out in the Storm," and released a new single titled "Silver" along with a music video. Waxahatchee, the project of Katie Crutchfield, is taking a new direction with this song, which they are known for with each album. The brilliant album, "Ivy Tripp," released in 2015 felt very singular and ...

SINGLE OF THE WEEK: “Millennial Attraction” by Hardcastle

Alternative band and WQHS faves Hardcastle are back at it again with their new release, “Millennial Attraction.” With a opening line that invokes The 1975, one of their biggest inspirations, the song immediately makes the listener want to drop everything and dance. Produced by Hardcastle and Jive, and mixed by Jive and Brian Foraker, who boasts ...

SINGLE OF THE WEEK: Dirty Projectors – Cool Your Heart

The last of four singles released in anticipation of Dirty Projectors’ self-titled album, “Cool Your Heart” is an upbeat earworm of a song in an album largely about heartbreak. Dawn Richards joins Dave Longstreth for the sweet, light-hearted track, which also boasts writing creds from Solange. While this retains the distinctive qualities of a Dirty ...