Written by Erin Devany // Photography by Ellie Alonzo Just over a week ago, a few of our DFW favorites opened up for the genre-bending group WHY? at Trees. The combination of hip hop and spoken lyricism, with a deep and commanding voice, has help set aside WHY?’s content, and
To be completely honest, when I first thought about making an issue about the quest, the first band that I thought could truly talk about all the “feels” of life, was Daughter. Specifically speaking with Elena reminded me of the kind of humanistic universal path we all seem to take
We got to know a 16 year old rapper who’s already ahead of his time.
I honestly sometimes wish that I could write less political, less “conscience” music; but thats not were my heart is. There is a famous quote from Nina Simone (one of my favs). She said “You can’t help it. An artist’s duty, as far as I’m concerned, is to reflect the times.”
Talking with self-described dislikable Colombian girl Kali Uchis. Since her debut studio album Por Vida, lowrider soul babe Kali Uchis is creating new standards. With the release of “Only Girl“, a Kaytranada-produced single featuring The Internet’s Steve Lacy and Vince Staples, Uchis introduces a new era of her sound with carefully selected collaborations. The dreamy
The NYC born-and-raised Matt FX is a pretty cool nerd. He’s the music supervisor behind Broad City, curator of his own vibes on his project Scooter Island and a badass DJ. We talked about his work, internet beginnings and how he connects to the world around him. How did Scooter Island come
I found Ravyn Lenae one day when my SoundCloud playlist was over and I was shuffling through the musical abyss of cyberspace. I stopped everything I was doing, dug through my infinite pile of browser tabs and immediately became enchanted by this 17-year-old Chicago native and her actually magical “future