Premiere | Max Subar – ‘Mr. Fate’

Chicago singer-songwriter Max Subar intends to create folk music that appeals to his midwestern roots. Planting his feet firmly into the earth and looking hopefully towards the sky, Subar is capable of inhabiting a song with the sort of hearth-made…

Album | Snail Mail – Lush

The amount of artistic credit that has built up around the name of Lindsey Jordan, aka Snail Mail, has gotten so high that it is difficult to make an informed judgement about it. Almost every paper or digital ‘zine has…

Album | Christian Heath – One

Following the split of the aptly-named Christian Heath Band, the South African singer-songwriter has since moved on to produce work of his own. Velvet-covered pop defines the majority of his new EP, One, slinking in elements of Latin soul and rock…

Watch | Wulijimuren – ‘Vast Sky’

One might be hard-pressed to find an album more personally developed than Wulijimuren’s Sun of UTC+8. Each guitar-centric composition tells a different life story based on the Mongolian immigrant’s own experiences both in his home country and the United States following…

Session | Night House – Five Years Old

It was Big Strings day in the studio courtesy of Brighton based Night House and their song ‘Five Years Old’. On record, the band blend orchestral instruments here with some electronic beats and Rhodes pianos to produce something really quite…

Album | Greg Jacquin – Hudson River

Like many artists, Greg Jacquin’s musical origins are steeped in family history. Growing up in Tarrytown, Jacquin was first exposed to the likes of the Beatles and Cat Stevens alongside his grandparents. As a result, he took on his stepfather’s…