One of Brooklyn’s busiest punk bands shares the lead single off their debut album.
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.
On “Immaculate,” Surf Rock is Dead tries to find comfort in each other—and in the moment—as the world spins out of control around them.
The Brooklyn-via-Boise singer-songwriter and long-time choir singer flips the script on “Self Be True.”
Frontman Nick Llobet’s lyrics remind us that we have to weather the rain for a rainbow.
Australian singer-songwriter and Jezabels member Hayley Mary shares a new live video for her debut single, “The Piss, The Perfume.”
Enter a new dimension by watching the acid-like video for this introspective ballad.
The video for “NEW YORK I LUV U (but ur bringing me down)” features haunting harmonies and rats eating a birthday cake.
The Melbourne singer-songwriter and her bandmates may be trapped at home in their new music video, but they still rock.