The-Dream: Love You to Death
With an ode to Rihanna and just a few other tracks, The-Dream's EP Love You to Death was just released and, despite the singer/songwriter's ability to perfect the pop song for others (never forget he wrote "Umbrella" and "Single Ladies"), it's all...
Shura: White Light With much-adored heartache confessionals like "Indecision," "Touch" and "2Shy" under her belt, UK-based singer-songwriter Shura switches things up a bit with her latest. "White Light" is a seven-minute jam that boosts the '80s...
J*Davey: Strong Anticipation
LA-based duo J*Davey—vocalist Jack Davey (aka Briana Cartwright) and keyboardist Brook D'Leau—have made their latest EP POMP available to stream in its entirety on NPR. Like the pair's previous releases, it seamlessly blends pop with R&B, electro...
Hiatus Kaiyote: By Fire
Grammy-nominated Melbourne neo-soul quartet Hiatus Kaiyote describes their style simply as "multi-dimensional polyrhythmic gangster shit," but from a listener's point-of-view, their musicianship and respective talent leaves many speechless. Fans have...
Interview: Will Epstein of High Water
Since graduating from college last year, musician Will Epstein has kept a low profile despite assembling an impressive resume. Born and raised in NYC's TriBeCa neighborhood, Epstein went on to study electronic music at Brown University, the same...