Stone Cold Fox's latest release 'Tunnel Vision' can turn any dull moment into a reflective and jet-powered dance session. Get acquainted with the EP and read about its process and evolution in the band's words.
Stage Hands plays like a soundtrack to a space odyssey. Elements of organic piano, analog samples and electronic quirks are constructed into a work of art. That artistry comes form multimedia artist and producer, Brandon Locker and drummer and producer, Gerald Mattis. Their self-titled debut LP, released February 10, ebbs and flows through meditative sonic moments and explosive jazz theories.
Nic Berlin describes his solo project, Doorbells as "whimsical jazz through the canyons," at least on his Facebook page. To me, I guess that translates into something like a light dream of surfing in and out of jangle guitars.
Vibrant is a fitting description for Canadian singer/songwriter, Joanie Wolkoff and her musical creations. She's studied in Paris, modeled in Tokyo and tattooed pigs in rural China. After a traumatic event overseas, she decided to take a chance on Brooklyn and form electro-pop group Her Habits.
Their debut EP, released January 26, Northerner is self-aware pop music. It takes electronic risks while maintaining a reflective beauty. It's also accompanied with an illustrated manual created by Wolkoff depicting habits of women. She collected stories of feminine habits like, "She assembles weird costumes at night."