Download Den: Atlas Genius – Islands (The xx Cover)

Keith Jeffery

This morning, I posted my review for Atlas Genius’ infectiously vibrant debut EP, Through the Glass. “Trojans” was a genuine DIY hit before well before the EP’s release, but “Back Seat” and “Symptoms” will reach comparable heights if there’s any justice. The fourth and final track on that release is the Crown City Acoustic version [...]

Matt & Kim – Lightning

Matt & Kim's Lightning

Lightning, the fourth album from the hyperkinetic Brooklyn duo Matt & Kim, finds the pair firing on all cylinders to do all the things that have made them a fan favorite since their eponymous 2006 debut . Over the course of ten songs, Matt & Kim stomp the pedal to the medal to chase pop [...]

Amanda Mair – Amanda Mair

Swedish pop singer Amanda Mair

Amanda Mair is a seventeen-year-old Swede, and she has the fresh sound and looks to make a giant splash with her eponymous debut album. Near the end of 2011, the Swedish Music Industry (comprised of TV personalities and executives, press, radio, record labels and publishers) voted her “Big Breakthrough of 2012,” and a massive buzz [...]

Win Tickets to Madi Diaz in Atlanta


Nashville songwriter, Madi Diaz, has a new EP coming out tomorrow. It’s called Far From Things That We Know, and word of it started leaking through to me a couple of months ago when I checked out the single, “Let’s Go,” on Soundcloud. Recently signed to tinyOGRE Entertainment, the EP is a prequel to a [...]

ALBUM REVIEW: Slow Runner’s Releases “Damage Points”

Slow Runner new

Slow Runner’s Damage Points is a psychological mind-f*ck. Not quite indie and not quite pop, Charleston, SC’s Slow Runner releases their fourth studio album on March 15th. Made up of singer/songwriter/keyboardist Michael Flynn and multi-instrumentalist Josh Kaler, Damage Points is a unique dance between the synthesized light-hearted bleeps and bloops coupled with a gripping emotional [...]