Genre-blurring artist, Sandflower, drops her electronic, party-read 11-piece album, The Quantum Seed.
Kat Graham talks her creative process and her work as a human rights activist upon the release of her album, Long Hot Summer.
Amberay lays her soul bare in the music video for "Where Did You Go Boy" cut from her new album, Silence.
Ben Cipolla releases his sun-soaked single, "Golden Hour", ahead of his upcoming album release.
Queer music connoisseur Ash Gordon presents her catchy and wildly fun new track “Everyone Is A Little Bit Gay”.
Upon the release of her debut album, loneliest b!tch in america, artist emlyn talks heartbreak and Taylor Swift's influence.
Dropping his new album The Way That Lovers Do, artist Prateek Kuhad gets candid about his hopes for the future and how he wants to be seen as an artist.
Introspection and cathartic revelations feature on Sandra Hakky's most soul-baring album to date, Hakky The System.
Electronica duo, Shkoon are bringing Middle Eastern sensibilities to the dancefloor with their live album, FIRAQ.
Ahead of the release of his upcoming album, I'll Sleep When I'm Famous", artist Bhi gets candid about all things music.
Upon the release of their self-titled album, duo Tachys talk the track "You Can Be My Guide" and their favourite part about working together on music.
Following the loss of his father, Glassio creates a body of work that is as sombre as it is celebratory titled See You Shine.
Ahead of the release of their seventh studio album UUUU, Danish band WhoMadeWho gets candid about all things music, touring and the love they have for their fans.
Band Retro Video Club talks a future filled with festival stints and an album upon the release of their EP, "SITUATIONS".
L.A.'s Whethan proves himself to be the city's next rap-meets-electronic prodigy with the release of his latest project, MIDNIGHT.
Upon the release of his dual-toned album, Shapeshifter, artist Gundelach gets candid about his creative process and a future filled with tours.