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Charlotte Sands Learns How To “get over it” On New Track

Charlotte Sands is showing off her ’90s-baby sounds on her new song “get over it.” Full of nostalgia-inducing falsetto and acoustic guitar strums interlaced with electronic elements, this song sounds just like a Top 40 hit from the pre-Y2K era. Basically, if you love Alanis Morisette‘s Jagged Little Pill, you need this on your playlist ASAP. Preceded by “use me,” this track will also appear on can we start over? due out on January 24, 2024. Check out the new song below and pre-order the record here. “‘get over it’ is a song about the inability to let go of… Read more »


The Beaches Want Us To “Blame Brett” In New Single & Video

Canadian alt-rockers, The Beaches have dropped a brand new single today, “Blame Brett” and announced their forthcoming sophomore LP Blame My Ex due out September 15th. The new track is extremely cheeky to say the least. The Beaches give a new perspective to the break-up anthem by being equally parts funny, mournful, and scathing. They sing “So sorry in advance / Before you take off your pants / I wouldn’t let me meet your friends / I wouldn’t let me near your dad”. They continue with the line “Don’t blame me, blame Brett / Blame my ex”. Pretty hilarious right?… Read more »


The Parent Swap Pt. 1

It’s a struggle most of us have experienced with our families, at least to some degree — the parents think the kids’ music is unlistenable garbage, and the kids think their parents’ music was recorded by the first dinosaurs to ever hold guitars. But when you find those rare few bands that occupy the middle ground between everyone’s tastes, it’s a special moment that brings the family together way better than getting a pet fish ever could.


(Un)covered: Torn

Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn” is a staple 90s pop song that dominated charts worldwide when it was released in 1997. But did you know that the song is actually a cover?

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