90s

Pretty Sick finally felt like they could branch out with ‘Come Down’ EP
Pretty Sick finally felt like they could branch out with ‘Come Down’ EP
Watching Pretty Sick’s ’90s-esque music videos makes you feel as if you’ve been blasted onto a production set starring Hole, except the entire cast is replaced by an aggressive, high-definition Gen Z. Sabrina Fuentes was only 13 when she started the new-age grunge troupe and quickly established them as one of the fastest-growing bands in the New York DIY scene within seven years. Their songs ...
Featherweight pulled from a myriad of genres for their ‘Never Bloom’ EP
Featherweight pulled from a myriad of genres for their ‘Never Bloom’ EP
Only two EPs into their discography, Featherweight are already proving themselves as an act to be reckoned with. Mixing upbeat elements of pop punk with classic alt-rock, the quintet take listeners on a nostalgic trip to the ’90s. Inspired by bands such as the Story So Far and Turnover, the group implement heavier riffs for mosh-worthy anthems and head-banging moments.  ...
11 artists who are redefining everything we know about the trap metal genre
11 artists who are redefining everything we know about the trap metal genre
For a music genre, trap metal is still a baby. That being said, hundreds of Bones-core, Ghostemane-core and Scarlxrd-core tracks were uploaded to SoundCloud by the time you finished reading this sentence. Is there any room for the latest fusion of metal and hip-hop to expand and evolve, or is it doomed to repeat and recycle itself into oblivion...
Evann McIntosh captures their immediate feelings with each song
Evann McIntosh captures their immediate feelings with each song
Like most who’ve walked this planet, 17-year-old music prodigy Evann McIntosh loves Jennifer Aniston, but most people don’t write entire songs with Jen serving as a reference point. It’s tough being a teenager. It’s also tough having to wait for your parents to go to sleep so you can record music in the family room. And hell, it’s even to...
10 alternative songs that explore the highs and lows of mental health
10 alternative songs that explore the highs and lows of mental health
If there's anything that holds true throughout the alternative music scene, it's an inclination toward vulnerable self-expression. For decades, artists have worn their hearts on their sleeves while navigating conflict, both external and inward-facing, to remind their audiences that, no matter how isolating the circumstance, you're never truly alone. Such ...

Load More Articles