While Atlanta native Adam Alexander may only be 19 years old, he's already remixed Sylvan Esso tunes and been on tour with Wet and NAO. Known by his stage name, "Demo Taped," he's set to release his EP "Momentary" at the end of the month.
Having grown up with the Camp Howard boys, traveling on the road comes pretty naturally. We all live together in Richmond so we are well adapted to each others different quirks and triggers. We have our lazy arguments in the van, but they die quick.
Annie and I met at a barbecue at our friend Harmony's house and then went to the Crocs store at the mall. Now we talk every day. She's the Ashley to my Mary-Kate. I love her.
Pom Pom Squad, a project fronted by Mia Berrin, is a musical diary entry influenced by the sounds of garage rock and RIOT GRRRL. Originally based out of Orlando, Florida, Mia began recording demos in her teenage bedroom before moving to New York City.
While Boston's Vundabar are obviously known for their music, they're also known for their dramatic and lively performances, charmingly goofy demeanor and if you didn't know, they also have quite the knack for the art of visual imagery.
Right after Brooklyn band BOYTOY played our show at The Gateway last November, they toured down the east coast of the Bible Belt, stopping in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia.
We rang in 2018 in one of the coldest parts of the country: Chicago, Illinois (pretty sure the city recorded its coldest New Year’s Day to date). Chicago’s very own Twin Peaks, the 5 piece band, held a three night run at Thalia Hall over New Years weekend - bringing along fellow Chicago acts and friends, Sun Cop, Knox Fortune, Dehd, Post Animal, Today’s Hits and NE-HI.
Holyrad Studio was born out of necessity two years ago after founder Daryl Oh was tired of trying to fit into an industry that was not built for her. From the ground up, she built a photo studio whose aim is to provide affordable access to artists.
Jonathan Burkhalter was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. He earned a BA at the University of Tennessee and currently resides in New York City, where he is an MFA Candidate at Sarah Lawrence. His work has appeared in Ray's Road Review, Hooligan Magazine, Eropium, and elsewhere.
Meet Chloe Kaul and Simon Lam, Australian electronic-pop duo, Kllo; two “awkward” cousins combining musical forces.
"Cold Out There, Warm In Here"
A group zine by photographers Rachel Cabitt, Cooper Fox, CJ Harvey, Natalie Leonard, Tim Nagle, Emily Quirk, and Daniel Topete. 80 pages filled with photos and memories from Twin Peaks' three night run at Thalia Hall from New Years weekend. Preview it here >