Rascal Whack is a heavy rock band hailing from Athens, Greece who share a passion for creating music that caters to the local grunge rock and “Greek stoner” music scene.
Following the release of their latest album, “Maliveni,” we spoke to Rascal Whack band members Spiros Ladas and Stathis Skaloubakas via email to learn more about their history as a band and their album.
In gearing up for their hot, summer 2021 line-up of releasing a new album and touring through the United Kingdom, the Brighton-based alt-indie band Luna Blue released their latest, emotive single, “Heavens Gates.”
Recently, we spoke with the band via email to get a behind-the-scenes peek of the recording process behind “Heavens Gates.” We also briefly touched upon their upcoming album and their tour in August.
Captivating listeners with their dreamy, nostalgic sound, the Tel Aviv-based indie-pop band Breakup Films is coming in HOT this summer with their latest, anti-pop anthem single, “Just Whenever.”
Recently, we spoke to Ron Herscovici, Hai Barbi, and Shelly Reizis of Breakup Films to learn more about “Just Whenever.” We also discussed their personal connections with music and their upcoming EP, “My Head is Always Somewhere Else.”
Editor burgundy bug is making a SPLASH this season with her summer waves collection! Bug is releasing 10 NEW PRINTS in her Etsy Shop, “Bugs Boops,” every Saturday this June. The size of the prints in the Summer Wave I collection range from 5×5 inches to 7×7 inches, and the prices range from $10 to $25 (USD)!
As a special thank you for being part of our community, you can enjoy 10 percent off your order using the promo code “BDZN10” In addition to your purchase, every order includes a handful of mystery goodies, too.
As I nestled into my leather seat at the new dine-in theater in Philadelphia, I began accepting my fate: “Hey, so it cost you $50 to see a movie by yourself,” I bargained in my head as a sipped my soda and consumed 30 minutes of ads. “At least you can name your article, ‘I Paid $50 to See a Movie in a Pandemic so You Don’t Have To.'”
But within minutes of the introduction to “Cruella,” my regrets melted like butter on movie theater popcorn (yes, I’m a lactose-intolerant vegan — movie theater popcorn and Werther’s caramels are my vices, so sue me).
“Cruella” was worth every single penny. The storyline was as intricately woven as the fashion throughout the film, the acting was absolutely incredible, the cinematography was great, and don’t even get me STARTED on that soundtrack.
Yet, the true cherry on top wasn’t necessarily a product of the film itself.
DRUM ROLL, PLEASE! After a few unexpected delays, we’re thrilled to announce the NEW, official release date for “The Burgundy Zine #18: Imagination Recaptured” is July 28, 2021. As our first-ever bi-annual issue, The Burgundy Zine #18 will highlight an array of content we published throughout the first half of 2021.
The deadline to submit content for the upcoming issue of our digital magazine is July 14, 2021. With a little less than two months until the release date, let’s recap the submission guidelines for this issue.