A self-taught Slovakian-born tattoo artist whose surreal designs and use of colour will blow your mind.
Simone creates elaborately detailed, surreal coastal landscapes that are populated by a utopian society of adolescent feral girls. You’ll really like this.
Three girls, a guy and some big rock sounds.
Nothing like Corinne Bailey Rae or Andreya Triana, but they have similar hair.
“I just had a significant experience. This woman who I have never seen before let me into the fire of her body.”
Is this just a half-hearted excuse to talk about cute musicians? Isn’t everything?
Let’s talk about Lana Del Rey.
Who has her own record label and a sick flow? This chick.
A few up-and-coming artists you need in your life.
Never heard Two Door Cinema Club? This is for you.
Sebastian’s Team Pick: “I was sort of worried that it was too predictable to show you guys an acoustic singer/songwriter duo of lezzies in their early 20s, but…”
“Thrashy all-female electro grunge rock with a side of angst.”
Oh hi there. This is what we’re excited about for Bonnaroo!
Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby and Sally Seltmann have recorded some music. Together
Emily Hall Smith explains why you should check out ‘The Anatomy EP’ – the lastest release from all-female alt-rock outfit, Vanity Theft.
Want to hear something fun? Okay. Here’s some music from Israeli band, Izabo – yet another talented act showcasing at the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon in New York City this week.
Today we’re introducing British electronic producer Gold Panda. His stunningly beautiful debut album is ‘Lucky Shiner,’ and he’ll be performing several shows next week at the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon in New York City.
In the days leading up to the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon, we’re giving you a preview of some of this year’s anticipated showcasing artists. Next up: Philly indie-power-sunshiney-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost. There’s a long list of things to love about Philly-by-way-of-D.C. indie-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost, even before you get to two albums worth […]
Today we’re introducing Australian indie rock quartet, The Jezabels – yet another talented act that will be showcasing next week at the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon in New York City.
In the lead up to the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon, we’re giving you a preview of some of this year’s anticipated showcasing artists. Here’s the low down on New York-based electro-pop duo, Bikini.
Every October, over a thousand artists from across the globe descend on New York City for the CMJ Music Marathon. In the lead up, we’ll be giving you a preview of some of this year’s showcasing artists. First up: all-female indie rock quartet, Vanity Theft.