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DEAR-GOD Drops Satirical Emo Hyperpop Album “The Punchline”

DEAR-GOD mixes so many genres together it is honestly impressive how well it all works. Ranging from modern hyperpop, to soundcloud emo-rap, to alternative punk, the entire sonic experience is still somehow rooted in heavy rock. It’s weird, aggressive, and undeniably unique. It is also very cool. This week DEAR-GOD released his debut full-length album, The Punchline via Dine Alone Records. On his most recent track, DEAR-GOD shares: My latest track, “Good Person,” is about moral authority and pacifism. When I have a serious issue with someone due to their harmful actions, I try to seek a just punishment. Some… 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 »


poptropicaslutz! Have A ‘Face For The Radio’ In Exclusive Album Breakdown

Meet the duo that are taking over the alternative scene one glitched-out, catchy chorus at a time. This month, poptropicaslutz! dropped their highly-anticipated debut album Face For The Radio via Epitaph Records and it is loaded with hits from start to finish. After dropping a slew of exciting singles this year including popular tracks “Catastrophe” featuring Magnolia Park, “Upside Down“, and “What Would You Do To Get Ahead(line)?“, the record’s B-sides are just as great. “Wind Back” and “Sierra Echo X-Ray” for example, are totally stand-out tracks. The group explore many genres across the record, including nods to early 2000’s… Read more »


5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems

When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »


Lil Lotus Creates Pop Sugar Magic On New Song “Millionaire”

One of the prominent pioneers of the emo rap scene, Lil Lotus has returned today with a brand new track, “Millionaire“. It is a glitchy, pop-soaked tune bathed in guitars and sprinkled with synths. Snuggling somewhere between pop-punk, alternative rap, and hyperpop, the new song showcases Lil Lotus’ ability to blend genres and create something entirely unique. This track lives as a distaste for those who have everything they will ever need, yet still remain unsatisfied. According to Lil Lotus, “Millionaire” is about “people being big fucking crybabies and not being grateful for what they have.” Yeah, we all know… Read more »


The Ready Set Gets Sentimental In New Single “ACT 2”

Having teased his new song for three days, The Ready Set, aka Jordan Witzigreuter, is finally offering fans of his synth-pop sonics his brand-new single “ACT 2.” The experimental track is preceded by his new-era releases “Teammate” and “Who You Really Are,” which arrived earlier this year. Initially, the melody begins with a relaxed and optimistic guitar line and is then immediately charged with hyper-pop elements of digital beats and energetic synths. In true TRS fashion, we get to see the singer explore his sentimental, even romantic, side with myriad layered sounds ultimately keeping listeners engaged and enveloped in his… Read more »


Zeph Shines On Debut Album ‘character development’

Today is a good day because our new favorite alt-pop star, Zeph has finally shared her debut full-length album character development. Earlier this year Zeph announced her signing to indie label, Hopeless Records, and brought fans two new tracks. “like everyone else” is a soft pop track, more aligned with Zeph’s previous work, while “you don’t like me like that” explores a more punk/hyperpop soundscape. Speaking on character development, Zeph shares: “It’s just about me figuring out what I want, where every song is like a diary entry which together document one small slope of an emotional rollercoaster. I’ve already… Read more »


10 Trans Artists To Fall In Love With On International Trans Day Of Visibility

Every year on March 31st, we honor International Transgender Day of Visibility by celebrating the resilience of trans and non-binary people everywhere. This is a day dedicated to elevating voices and experiences from this community of incredibly strong and endlessly brave individuals. We are your sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers. We are your neighbors, coworkers, and friends. The trans community is a diverse community and represent all ethnic and racial backgrounds. We are the voices coming through your stereo. The music industry is flooded with artists who identify within this community. We make rock music, pop… Read more »

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