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Matt Maeson Finds Light at the End of the Tunnel in "Bank on the Funeral" Album
April 5, 2019 If you were lucky enough to get a ticket to Maeon's upcoming completely sold out tour, don't forget to bring a box of tissue, or ten.
Author: Alyssa Yung
7 Artists to Watch If You Can’t Stop Listening to Taylor Swift's 'Midnights'
October 27, 2022 Swift may be dominating the charts, but these rising stars are ones to watch.
Author: Nathan Ahamed
Lewis Capaldi's 'Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent' Is Not Completely Shit
May 17, 2019 'Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent' arrives as a deeply human debut, chronicling the scars, downfalls, and rejoicings of the myriad of highs and lows that accompany a life lived.
Author: Maxamillion Polo
Meet Brenn!, the Rising Artist Writing the Soundtrack to Your Coming of Age [Q&A]
July 20, 2023 Brenn!'s music speaks to listless days spent stargazing and daydreaming, and it's taking ahold of people across the world.
Author: Tatum Van Dam
Del Water Gap on Smash Mouth, Quarantine and "Ode to a Conversation Stuck in Your Throat" [Premiere + Q&A]
May 1, 2020 "Not much to say about Smash Mouth other than the 2001 'Smash Mouth' self-titled LP is one of the greatest records ever made."
Author: Precious Kato
Matt Maeson Pens a Hopeful Tale of Epic Depth With "Beggar's Song"
February 18, 2019 The poignant track is accompanied by a surreal music video, the announcement of Maeson's first headlining tour, and the news of his long-awaited debut album.
Author: Maxamilion Polo