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LØLØ Unveils Delicate New Single “*snow in berlin*”

Just in time for the snowy holidays, LØLØ has shared her delicate and melancholy new track, “*snow in berlin*.”  Capturing the listeners in a flurry of tender acoustic guitar strums, LØLØ’s typically fiery delivery undergoes a subtle transformation, as her vocals melt into an airy whisper and she croons, “I can’t quite recall the first night that we met/But I remember the night that you took my breath/You slurred your words, but I liked what you said/You kissed me and I could taste danger ahead.”  The track’s opening verse serves as a captivating prologue to a profound narrative exploring the… Read more »


Kanner Explores Her Transition From Prolific Songwriter To Iconic Artist

  Kanner jokes she is sporting a “low-key, under the radar look” as she demands the room in bulky, bright green shades, a full body camouflage jumpsuit, and her iconic red locks in high braids. She’s a rockstar from head to toe and everyone can see it. A prolific and well-respected writer with accolades all across the music industry, she notes that she is feeling “fucking amazing” now that she has released music of her own. Earlier this year, Kanner dropped her debut single “BULL IN A CHINA SHOP” featuring 93FEETOFSMOKE. An attitude filled, explosive pop-rock track, it showcases the… Read more »


LØLØ Is Down Bad On New Single “faceplant”

Love doesn’t always feel like there are butterflies in your stomach. In fact, the emotions can feel so overwhelming that it’s like you’re diving headfirst into the concrete every time they say your name. LØLØ is expressing this relatable sensation in her latest single, “faceplant.”  Co-written by Grammy-nominated writer Mike Robinson and pop-rock songstress Marisa Maino, the track is reminiscent of early 2000s guitar-driven bangers such as “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World but adds a modern pop production. It encaptures LØLØ’s “take-no-prisoners” attitude and fiery writing perspective through fun vocal delays and unexpected harmonies. Just take a look at… Read more »


Against The Current Release Arena-Rock Anthem “silent stranger”

We all love a powerful frontwoman, and Against The Current’s Chrissy Costanza fits the bill. The band’s new single “silent stranger” introduces fans to their “nightmare era,” which is chock-full of black and white imagery and a dark-pop edge that elevates their classic sound. It’s all about shedding the persona they’ve created for themselves and the challenges of reclaiming their authentic identity. There comes a point when the reflection in the mirror looks like a complete stranger, which Costanza sings in the lyrics, “I know all the lies/I brought to life/Now I don’t know how to be someone real/Hate that… Read more »


LØLØ Unleashes Fiery New “hot girls in hell”

Following the explosive success of her May release “omg,” pop-punk powerhouse LØLØ is back with another new scorching single, “hot girls in hell.” Across the new track and accompanying music video, LØLØ fearlessly confronts raw emotions of frustration, fury, and despair arising from a toxic relationship with a partner she loves to hate. The song kicks off with a gentle waltz of an acoustic guitar, as LØLØ‘s vocals elegantly embrace the verse, paving the way for a mesmerizing chorus accompanied by impactful percussion and roaring guitar. The music video for “hot girls in hell” showcases a masterful portrayal of revenge,… Read more »


The Ready Set Releases Hopeful New Single “Teammate”

When life gets heavy, it’s our friends who help us find our way out of the darkness. We all need these ride-or-die support systems, and The Ready Set is letting his fans know that he is there for them with his new song “Teammate.” Marking his second new single since 2022, the track blends acoustic guitar with Jordan Witzigreuter’s flowing vocals, reminding the listener that there is light at the end of the tunnel.  Witzigreuter sings, “I’m your teammate/In this terrifying age/In this modern little cage/We all wanna break out” to describe the universal feelings of self-doubt and anxiety that… Read more »


LØLØ Wonders If She’ll Ever Be As Cool As Green Day On “omg”

Overnight sensation LØLØ has revealed her gripping new anthem, “omg.” The young artist’s latest effort offers a raw and unfiltered look into her personal struggles while pulling no punches and providing a candid glimpse into some of her darkest moments. With its unapologetically vulnerable and rebellious tone, “omg” radiates genuine emotion and energy. Opening the track with a gentle acoustic guitar, briefly reminiscent of Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life),” LØLØ demonstrates her ability to create a softer tone before hitting listeners with the juxtaposition of the rousing chorus. The interplay of the intricate instrumental support and the… Read more »


WATCH: LØLØ on TikTok, Simple Plan & Throwing Up

LØLØ has been absolutely unstoppable over the last few years. Since 2019, she has been boldly developing her sound, sharpening her style, and bringing back old-school heartbreak. Taking the troupes of classic pop-punk, forcing them through a modern mesh and coming out the other side with music that pays tribute to what has come before as well as what is still to arrive, her journey is still only just beginning. She has released three EPs since she started taking her diary entries and putting them into songs, most recently 2022’s Debbie Downer. Working with Maggie Lindemann and girlfriends, touring with… Read more »


Indigo De Souza Shares Empowering New Track, “You Can Be Mean”

While we’re still on the edge of our seats waiting for Indigo De Souza’s sophomore album All of This Will End due April 25, De Souza has given us a new earworm to keep us occupied. The 25-year-old indie rock artist has delivered “You Can Be Mean” with an accompanying self-directed music video. The spunky, DIY video is a parody of a real-life toxic relationship that De Souza found herself in. “I wrote ‘You Can Be Mean’ about a brief toxic experience I had with a manipulative and abusive LA model fuckboy,” De Souza explains. “However brief, it had a

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