19 year-old Tim Engelhardt has landed himself on top of the progressive game despite his young age. He has an innate sense of musicality that leads to magic in each of his productions — a trait that makes him one of the more recognizable acts of the new generation. Having released on Diynamic, Vivrant, and
In Between emits an idealistic spirit to create unity, and Hamoud equally looks towards feminism as a unifying framework for the contemporary world.
These are multiple works of genre history and works tackling important issues of race, class, and gender. All challenge dominant narratives of music.
Listening to Stars’ new album is like being wrapped in a warm, comforting blanket. A catchy synth-pop blanket where our biggest concerns are who we’re dating, not what’s going on in the world at large.
Following a very open and expansive record, Deradoorian dives into a minimalistic state with Eternal Recurrence, exposing all the subtlety and emotion of her music.
The truest Americana doesn’t just convey sound; it captures feeling. On their sophomore release, Campbell and Williams prove themselves masters of the form in the fullest sense.
Whatever you think you know about violin music, forget it. On her debut EP, Sudan Archives redefines what four strings can do.