The Minneapolis-based quintet long for genuine human connection in the video for “Spirits.”
A loving tribute to the cultural ties between Africa and South America, Tall Juan’s second album sees him shed others’ expectations and embrace a joyous new sound.
AdHoc checked in with five artists who have released albums during the coronavirus crisis to see how they’re handling our new normal.
We’ve pulled together a list of music-centric funds that are still actively accepting applications.
The National Independent Venue Association has sent a letter, backed by over 800 venues and promoters, to Congress in an effort to push for federal aid.
The Canadian-Colombian experimental artist’s latest album sees her ascend to new heights by being unapologetically herself.
“The whole idea was to say, ‘Fuck that. I’m sick of seeing every single show have only men on it. I want to create a space at a show that’s only women on stage, and get people used to that.’”
With its “Social Distancing Project,” Brooklyn/ New Jersey rock band Long Neck is fighting to keep us connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
On All Or Nothing, the post-punk trio pair lyrics about personal trials with driving synths to show us how life can still be enjoyable, even in the midst of chaos.