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Emerging artists who found their sound, beabadoobee, kennyhoopla

Nobody must long for blinding stage lights and sweaty mosh pitters more than musicians. To stand onstage and perform is more than a means for a living. It’s therapy, a chance for artists to bond with a couple dozen or a couple thousand people.  An album plus a tour is the music industry’s most basic […]

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anticipated alternative albums, olivia rodrigo, the aubreys, meet me at the altar, lilith czar

The genre of alternative music is constantly shifting, with new artists hitting the scene and experimenting with genre-bending in ways never heard before.  It’s an exciting time to be a fan in the scene. Women and LGBTQIA+ folks are redefining what a rock star looks like and what kinds of stories are told through music.  Read […]

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21 artists 21 or younger, lil nas x, beabadoobee, noahfinnce, deathbyromy

Thanks to the internet, our exposure to new artists isn’t reliant on record deals and radio hits. Alternative artists of all ages have been able to blow up on social media, release music on their own and launch their careers out of their bedrooms.  This is especially true for young artists. With the cult following […]

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Rina Sawayama

Rina Sawayama walks into studio sessions with an already established vision of the finished product. If she wants her next single to emulate N.E.R.D., she’ll leave that same session with the strum-filled, capitalism-mocking anthem “XS.” If she’s looking for something reminiscent of an anime intro or a theme from a 2000s teen sitcom, she’ll wind […]

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