Reggae has always been the embodiment of creating music for all. One shouldn’t be surprised at how vast its influence has been. It is not limited to Jamaica or other countries in the Caribbean as it transcends race and continents. Just take a look at Emeterians, a premier reggae trio from Spain that has been preaching about the transformative powers of roots reggae.Read More
A well-curated mixtape is all about maintaining a mood throughout. There shouldn’t be a song that feels out of place or a track that derails the ambiance of the tape. With NWDS #3 Spring Tape, there is an invisible thread holding all the tracks together to create a smooth flow of music from one track to the next.Read More
Before there was “Some Nights,” fun. was already existing.
The three-piece band might be known as the relatively-new group who made “We Are Young” popular, but their actual history goes way back. In 2009, Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, and Jack Antonoff released their full-length debut, “Aim & Ignite,” which came out to good reviews from various critics.Read More
Soothing folk acoustic music is a quintessential part of the rainy days, and Jeff Pianki has created an eight-track collection of these soothing favorites for the colder season titled Paper Window.
The singer/songwriter from Milford, Michigan has put together this album with the intent to explore memories, producing a personal album that resonates Pianki’s artistry and soul.Read More