With Kyoto Lo-Fi, magnitude and notability go hand in hand, and their most recent EP contains a great volume of both.
Written by: Owen Murray; Photo by: Jeff Rosenstock
Jeff Rosenstock released POST- on New Year’s Day after an utterly exhausting 2017. The American public was bombarded by wild and dangerous tweets from the president himself, Nazis rioted in Charlottesville, and the threat of nuclear war loomed constantly over our heads. Protest songs flooded the airways and the internet to a point of saturation. These are turbulent times.
Billie Ellish establishes herself as the youngest face of heartbreak
Written by: Dasha German & Photographed by: Erin Christe
Fifteen year-old Billie Eilish appeared on my radar several months ago for her single “Ocean Eyes,” whose dreamy pop number warranted many listens. Though she would appear on playlists, and in movies occasionally, Eilish fell off my map until the release of her ghostly indiepop album don’t smile at me, this past August. The highly intellectual lyrics and beautiful melodies are prevalent through the entirety of this album and have continued to impress with each new listen. From the sarcastic “COPYCAT” to the somber “hostage,” Eilish paints a vivid story of teen life and romance in modern times.
Mac Demarco "on the level" with Radio City legends
Written and photographed by: Mica Kendall
From peeing on stage, shoving a cactus into his eye, smashing beer bottles with little care, allowing a dinosaur to crowd surf, and lastly inviting a fan on stage, Mac Demarco’s debut show at Radio City Music hall was a night that everyone in attendance would remember. Not only did Demarco put on a crazy concert at one of the most iconic music venues, but he stayed true to his charismatic character just as if he was playing at an intimate bar venue.