Interview: Orbiting the World of Like Satellites

The Toronto, Canada music scene is by far one of the most vibrant and vivacious locales of the modern age- and it is often vastly overlooked. , from indie rock’s most famous earworm-makers in Alvvays to the recent explosive energy of Dear Youth, from the balls-to-the-wall bone snapping crunches of Falsifier to the terminally infectious…

Interview: Speaking Candidly with Layover

A few weeks ago, we introduced your eyes and ears to the Birmingham, UK emo outfit Layover- a band that we described as master craftsmen of “… [a] meticulously daring soundscape flushed with melodic licks and tempered lyricism that is designed to lap against our trembling feet.” Indeed, this is the course of the emo…

Interview: The Demons & Heroes of Dennykid

    “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” – James Baldwin One of the hardest aspects of mindfulness that we, as conscious individuals, will ever face is the act of introspection. To look inward at ourselves is a difficult task; turning to face the…

Interview: On the Sunny Side of Zander’s Street

“A cloudy day is no match for a sunny disposition.” – William Arthur Ward   On the shores of Miami Beach, Florida- and with either a uke or a guitar in hand- reggae/pop artist Zander rises with the rest of his world. Casting his dreadlocks and cares to the wind, he soaks in his day,…

Interview: Smiling Through Summerteeth

Walt Disney once said, “I always like to look on the optimistic side of life, but I am realistic enough to know that life is a complex matter.” Simply, to put blind faith and trust into unadulterated and overzealous optimism is to venerate and generate burnout at a rapid cycle. Overt and contrived sunny attitudes…

Interview: C’est ‘Charly:’ the Foundations of A Divergent Artist

American designer John Maeda once famously stated, “Our economy is built upon convergent thinkers: people that execute things [and] get them done. But artists and designers are divergent thinkers: they expand the horizon of possibilities.” Herein,  we would like to introduce you to another place-marker in fearless artistic divergence: a French singer/songwriter and producer Charly.…

Interview: Look At Her, She’s Krista D!

When we, as a society, reflect on the concept of a female pop singer/songwriter, we tend to incorrectly categorize such artists as perpetually light and airy, doting upon archaic notions of mass -produced femininity that hinges on an often fragile and dainty character. It takes truly innovative female-identifying artists within the singer/songwriter genre to push…