Universal Studios’ Lunar New Year

The lunar calendar is a calendar based on complete cycles of phases of the Moon. The Chinese New Year marks the start of a new lunar year and is celebrated for 15 days. Things kicked off with the new moon on February 5th and will wrap up when the full moon arrives. This is one of many celebrations in Asia […]

RKCB Pay Their Respects To Mother Nature In Video “Till We’re In the Sea”

Over the past four years, Riley Knapp and Casey Barth of the Los Angeles production duo RKCB have used their skills to create soulfully lush, electronic alt-pop musical waves that speak to our human nature. But their latest single and video, “Till We’re In the Sea” (from their upcoming Shores EP out 2/22 via AllPoints) speaks to something even greater: […]

Music On World Off: Rad Masters

Welcome to the first Music Monday of 2019, lovelies! What’s good? Well, since you asked… Let’s get into a shiny, new and updated MUSIC ON, WORLD OFF Spotify playlist because I’m unsure who’s brainiac idea it’s been to get all remix-y on Bob Dylan of late, but the latest incarnation is the “Masters of War – SherGun Remix” and damned if […]

5 Albums You May Have Missed: 2018

Jesus H. Christ, what a shit show of a year. Not musically, folks. No, musically, we were fine and thank God for that because between drowning in the abyss of political news sewage and the faith-in-humanity crushing fucktard/orange beanbag that resides in Washington DC (still at a loss as to how many boneheads voted for that), glimmers of hope were […]

Music On, World Off: Safe Space Of Sound

It is a painfully easy admission that the past couple of weeks have been uniquely challenging in ways that no one saw coming. Even the positive of the midterm election results feels tempered by the pipe bombs and gun violence that came before and after, so if there’s anything in particular (a devotion, person, food, puppy, etc.) that helps ease […]

Music On, World Off: The Silent (But Timely) Comedy

“This album is a collection of anthems for dark times,” says Joshua Zimmerman. “Given the state of society today, we feel this is a perfect time to release Enemies Multiply.” Zimmerman, his brother Jeremiah, Chad Lee and Justin Buchanan are the Silent Comedy and on Friday, October 19th their long suffered and awaited third album will be released into the […]

A Not So “Bad Twin” & Living That SLUGS Life At The Echo

Marrisa Longstreet calls “Bad Twin” – SLUGS’ very first single – an “incorrect label” and one that adds to the song’s already present tension. “‘Bad’ vs ‘misunderstood’ is a common theme on the EP.” Longstreet added. Composed of Longstreet (vox/guitar), Sarsten Noice (bass/vox), Josh Beavers (guitar), and Dash Hutton (drums) the Los Angeles quartet are currently smack dab in the […]