Posts Tagged ‘print’

One Track Mind: Dot Dash’s “Flowers”

A peppy adrenaline rush that channels late-’70s mod revival and jangly college rock in equal measure.

Piece of Work: Chris Suspect’s “Backstage, Ottobar, Baltimore, MD”

Suspect’s style—high-contrast black-and-white images—recalls the look and feel of the hardcore scene’s rise in the 1980s.

One Track Mind: Anjahla’s “Afreekan Mama”

"It is like a letter to my African sisters who are facing [rape and misogyny] daily. I want to let them know I hear their cry."

No More Pseudonymous YA Novels: How Katherine Heiny Returned With a Dazzling Collection of Short Stories

The book Lena Dunham called “magical” illuminates the banal yet somehow important details of everyday life.

One Track Mind: Waltz Brigade, “Christchurch”

The song shares some musical DNA with the melancholy tweedom of Neutral Milk Hotel.

One Track Mind: John Aulabaugh’s “Awake”

The song is a smooth alt-country groove from Aulabaugh’s debut LP, which drops March 31.

One Track Mind: Boon’s “Medicine”

“Boon: the s***stain on the underwear of the Internet”

One Track Mind: Raheem DeVaughn’s “Queen”

The piano-driven R&B track was inspired by a request from Aretha Franklin.

One Track Mind: Prinze George’s “We Are Dreamers”

Standout Track: No. 3, “We Are Dreamers,” a rollicking synth-pop track from Prinze George, a rising trio composed of Naomi Almquist, Kenny Grimm, and Isabelle De Leon. They’re from Prince George’s and Montgomery counties and met as students at the University of Maryland, College Park. The song—from the band’s new self-titled EP—is suited for the [...]

One Track Mind: Letitia VanSant and the Bonafides’ “Step in Line”

"Our lives and communities are meant to be more than parts and labor to the machine of our economy."