“The overarching message of the album is asking what value means today, in our world, and what are we placing value on? And what are we feeding our souls? Or are we feeding our souls? I wanted to ask those questions, and write songs that make people think about those things.”
bringing the west coast to the east coast, new jersey band, malibu shows signs of a bright future with their debut EP, dangerous valentine. with a concept constructed around toxic relationships and personal battles, malibu takes inspiration from coin and the wrecks in order to achieve an alternative rock sound. taylor was fortunate enough to sit down and talk new music, goals, influences, and more.
calica’s going to be big one day, with her fluffy and cute aesthetic mixed in with deeply cutting lyricism, and boy, does she know it. editor-in-chief kariann delves into the intricacies of her recent single “bitch” and helps extrapolates her ideas on music and songwriting.
Solo artist Des Rocs is blazing the path for a new wave of rock and roll with his EP “Let The Vultures In” and recent single “Outta My Mind.” For this NYC based rocker it is about so much more than the music, it’s about a revolution. Erin got to talk to him about his art and the revolution.
2018 was a breakthrough year for montreal dream-pop goddess munya, releasing her first two eps and touring the u.s. for the first time. bess sits down with upcoming powerhouse munya in this poptized exclusive interview with photos by caitlin indermaur.
dreamy psychedelic pop band reptaliens bring an energy to their shows that’s contagious. started by husband and wife duo bambi and cole browning as a side project three years ago, reptaliens has since become a full-time gig, with one well-received music and performances across the nation.
from jacksonville to nashville, andrews’ is the next rising indie-pop that you need to hear. we discuss his single “through the night”, greek literature and the idea of what’s in the future.
tri patterns is an indie pop trio out of indianapolis, indiana consisting of dawson freeman, nathan davis, and logan morrison. earlier this year, they released their debut ep, feels like color. i got to sit down with them and talk about their beginnings, band name, and how touring for the first time is going.
defined with a new beginning, nashville’s self proclaimed “pop rock” band hardcastle emerges with their latest single and video, ‘i never knew’. taylor talks with frontman graham laderman and director dawson waters about the songs’ basis of nostalgia, filming process, and what to expect in the future.