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WILLOW’s highly anticipated album ‘lately I Feel EVERYTHING’ is here

After releasing back-to-back bangers, WILLOW finally dropped her highly anticipated new album, lately I feel EVERYTHING. The record was released via MSFTS Music/Roc Nation.  All songs on the album were written by WILLOW, with co-writing and production from her longtime collaborator Tyler Cole. To celebrate the album’s release, the artist scheduled an Instagram and Messenger […]

AltPress Weekly: WILLOW, Eyedress, KennyHoopla, Billy Martin and more

Welcome back to another AltPress Weekly. Each week, we highlight the things we want you to check out. We’ll bring you the scoop on the latest happenings over at Alternative Press, along with our favorite stories and other discoveries. We’ll also shout out fresh cuts and bargain bin finds—anything and everything we can’t stop listening […]

WILLOW talks about her influences, working with Avril Lavigne and more

It’s easy to feel like you know Willow Smith. Born into the public eye, her every move has been traced from the beginning, labels flung from all sides from those determined to figure her out. At one time or another, she’s been the “child star,” the “alt-R&B soul child” and the “precocious” teen host of […]

Here's the ’90s alternative anthem that best matches your zodiac sign

If you are into astrology, you have probably implemented it in a lot of areas of your life to figure out who you truly are. Have you ever applied it to your favorite ’90s anthems? Thanks to the stars and zodiac signs, astrology has given us a way to find out which ’90s tune you […]

Here's every riot grrrl reference you might've missed in Netflix's 'Moxie'

Amy Poehler’s Moxie is an impeccable homage to the riot grrrls of the ’90s and features numerous Easter eggs that highlight the importance of the women-led feminist punk movement. From Bikini Kill to Tacocat, the film is filled with iconic tracks, images and merch that defined an era of revolution. Moxie follows Vivian (Hadley Robinson) […]

The 50 best albums of 2020 in alternative, pop punk, metal and beyond

If we could identify one incandescent moment to come out of the coronavirus pandemic, it would have to be having large stretches of time to listen to albums. Yes, in 2020, most of us binged on Netflix and chilled the best we could. But streaming services made access to music downright infinite. We could finally […]