Uplifting and imaginative, indie-pop band Borito’s recent single “Child” warps you back in time to the idyllic, summer days of your youth.
“Child” sounds as sweet as a Spongebob ice cream pop tastes — and it keeps you coming back for more, just like a Spongebob pop keeps you going back in for another lick.
Chicago-based musician Michael Damani honors the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park with his bluesy, rhythmic debut single “White City, Black World.”
With a demeanor as warm as midwestern summer sunshine and a heart of gold, NYC-based indie singer-songwriter Cat Dail amplifies awareness surrounding misogyny and race in her lustrous, jazzy new single, “Red Pill.”
Recently, we spoke to Dail via telephone to learn more about the single and the movie it’s made for. We also discussed the importance of women producers in the music industry, among other timely topics.
Having played with the likes of Kings of Leon and The 1975, local rock band PHNTMS is loud and proud of their sound — and their unique flare is especially apparent in their latest track, “Honesty.”
Recently, we spoke to PHNTMS guitarist Adam Jessamine to learn more about “Honesty,” the band’s core values, and their upcoming EP.
UK’s very own vibrant singer-songwriter Josie Proto has empowered listeners with her debut EP, “PUB SONGS: Volume 1,” which made its way to #1 on the pop charts.
Recently, we spoke with Proto via Zoom to learn more about the EP, her unexpected success on TikTok, and to learn what her plans are next.
New Jersey-based pop-rock band The Ones You Forgot will breathe life into your headphones with their latest single, “Something For Me.”
With a signature summer vibe and delightful dash of angst, “Something For Me” is a release you surely won’t be able to forget.