Korgy & Bass: 'Remote' [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Nov 19, 2019
Exploring several corners of these United States, 'Remote' is an across-the-country collaboration between PDX beatmakers Korgy & Bass and NOLA trumpeter Cyrus Nabipoor. Supplemented by fresh...
Artist to Watch: Let Abronia's Unholy Amalgam Wash Over YouRyan J. Prado - Oct 18, 2019
With their thoroughly collaborative spirit and a blend of psych rock, spaghetti western twang and droney doom metal, the six-piece explores expansive new territory on their sophomore album. Out...
Dan Cable Presents: Soft Kill on Drugs, Addiction and Rehabilitation [Podcast Premiere]Dan Cable - Sep 27, 2019
Dan Cable sits down with Tobias Grave of moody rockers Soft Kill for the most important conversation of his podcast. Listen to the entire interview now—and then subscribe to the podcast to hear...
Cat Hoch: 'One of Us' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Sep 24, 2019
The dreamy psych rock songwriter tells Close Read how she got into music in the first place—and how Drake saved her life. Celebrate the release of her debut record ‘Temptations,’ out via Amplus...
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