"Just You and Me: A Reflection of Us", a Photo Diary by Lila Barth
I knew I liked you when I saw you for the second time at that roof party on June fourth. Despite all the familiar faces I was most drawn to you. You told me a story about a cat who had snuck into your shitty basement apartment off the Bushwick-Aberdeen stop, the same apartment we’d find ourselves loving each other in a few weeks down the line.
A Family Affair: The Nude Party's Record Release Show
The Nude Party captures their debut record release show through two disposable cameras.
Purple Flowers in America
Longing for change and a purge of naiveté, a college student’s observations of unfamiliar racial territory become clear as the day moves forward. In memory of Stephon Clark and Medgar Evers.
Across the American Frontier: On the Road with Navy Gangs
Brooklyn band Navy Gangs documents life on the road while on their June 2018 tour.
From The Women Who Raised Them: Brooklyn's Native Sun
Through the eyes and voices of their mothers, meet the group who is challenging what it means to make rock music in New York in 2018.
It’s About Time for Toast, Becoming the Role Model They Never Had
Toast premieres their self-titled debut EP. We talk about their year, moving to NYC, and being the relatable queer role model we’ve all been waiting for.
In Conversation with Painters Jessica Spence & Dennesa Usher on Race Relations and Women's Issues in Modern Art
Artists Jessica Spence and Dennesa Usher met while pursuing their graduate degrees in art at Lehman College. Bonding over their shared interest in portraying important societal topics like race relations and women’s issues in their work, they've stayed close friends and collaborators since.
"This Is What We Do", a Photo Diary by Max Ostenso
We were all 21 and had fun and went out every weekend and were depressed and drank a lot of beer and got sweaty in basements at house shows and made sweet love…
Cranberry & Lavender: On Tour with Half Waif and Hovvdy
Photographer Hayden Sitomer documents life on the road with Half Waif and Hovvdy during their Cranberry/ Lavender tour.
Music Video Premiere: "Sorry" From Hala
Detroit musician Hala premieres his music video for his first single off his upcoming 7’’ vinyl, “Sorry.”
All the Bands You Missed at Northside Festival 2018 (Good Thing You Have Us)
We rounded up a few of our favorite acts playing the 2018 Northside Festival so you could get to know them a little better.
Adding RGB to an All White World with Tin
Vietnamese-American artist Brandon Mai, known as Tin, talks rooting his identity and music in American culture with his new single, “RGB.”
Sam Evian Went to Stone Henge and the Royal Wedding While on Tour
Brooklyn musician Sam Evian let us go through his camera roll to see all his adventures while on tour in the UK in May.
"MIGRATE": A Reminder That The Refugee Crisis Is Still Happening
Frustrated by the lack of awareness and social impact surrounding the refugee crisis, British photographer Cyrus Mahboubian decided to make up for it by creating MIGRATE, abook featuring work by eight photographers centered around the theme of migration.
Authentically Midwestern: Michigan's Major Murphy
Michigan’s Major Murphy to discuss their debut album “No. 1”, The Beatles, and how family life has affected touring.
Midweek Music: Touring with Chicago's Deeper
Chicago’s Deeper curates a playlist of all their favorite songs from the talented folks who will be joining them on their debut album release tour.
BFFs Forever: Lala Lala's Lillie West and Chastity Belt's Annie Truscott
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.
U.K.'s most dedicated band, Shame, fills out our Setlist before their sold out show at Market Hotel.
In Conversation with Artist Bryan Villalobos and Her Muse Martine Gutierrez on the 21st Century "Dream Girl"
Inspired by their collaborative film, Dream Girl, creatives Bryan Villalobos and Martine Gutierrez talk relationships, dating apps, and fitting and breaking societal ideals in twenty first century New York City.
Came for the Tacos, Stayed for the Bands: SXSW 2018 Diary
This year at SXSW we did more than just drink margaritas, eat tacos, and listen to bands, we had a party too. Away from the usual chaos of the festival, we hosted our first SXSW showcase in the oasis of a backyard at a house in East Austin with nine of our favorite bands.
On Tour with Glove: Florida Oranges and Taco Bell
Photographer Devon Bristol Shaw documents life on the road with Florida's Glove.
Midweek Music: Demo Taped
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.
Tour Pregame with Twin Peaks and The Districts
Chicago's Twin Peaks and Philadelphia's The Districts are heading out on tour together this Friday, March 16th. As a little pregame, we teamed up with the two bands to give away some free goodies. Enter to win after catching up with the bands in an interview with Cadien and Rob.
Makin' It Hot Across America: a Photo Diary by Stuyedeyed
New York's Stuyedeyed captures their February tour run through two disposable cameras.
Down the Bible Belt with Brooklyn's BOYTOY
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.
The Britanys' Single Release Party Photographed by Yer Boys
The Britanys' drummer Steele Kratt documents the bands release party at an old school Ukrainian restaurant in the East Village for their single "When I'm With You."
Pictionary with Vundabar
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.
Camp Howard's Tour Diary Looks Like a Sad Indie Film, But For All The Right Reasons
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.