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Lillie Lemon

SIMGE Survey: Catching Up With Synth-Pop Duo Lillie Lemon

Photo Credit: Allison Kendall Following the release of their most recent EP, the very promising Aether, Monterey, CA-based duo Lillie Lemon set about bringing their inspired brand of synth-pop directly to the masses. Entirely self-plotted, Lillie Lemon are currently in [...]

March 16, 2016 Features, Interviews

Listen: Tangerine Flexes Their Fuzz-Pop Muscle With “Sunset”

There’s no getting around it. Being a teenager is bizarre. A time of self discovery, while still under the hovering constraints of parental authority. Seattle-based rock trio Tangerine captures that feeling eloquently with their new single, “Sunset.” “Sunset” is pop-driven [...]

February 4, 2016 News
Eliza Shaddad

Listen: Eliza Shaddad Shares The Video For Driving Dark Rocker “Wars”

There is no doubt that Eliza Shaddad is an artist to watch. Pushing her alternative sound, earthy blues voice and momentum through the UK airwaves, her latest video premiere is a bold preview of what is to come. A desolate [...]

January 29, 2016 News
Sonya Kitchell

Listen: Sonya Kitchell Shares New Tracks “Mexico” & “Hurricane.” LP Release Show 1/22 At Mercury Lounge

Renewal; the driving force of life that surrounds us all. When it comes to the arts, being able to continuously spark the cycle of emotional growth is essential towards presenting your most realized self on the page, canvas, etc. In [...]

January 15, 2016 News
Ensemble Mik Nawooj

Exclusive Premiere: Ensemble Mik Nawooj Share The Krampus Meets J Dilla Video For “Last Donut”

You only know the story of Santa and his reindeer in the North Pole, but not everyone is so familiar with Krampus. The anthropomorphic Austro-Bavarian Alpine folk monster is used in some cultures as the antithesis of Kris Kringle, as [...]

December 23, 2015 Exclusive Content, News
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Listen: Warik Shares Great Lo-Fi Split “Time 4 U, Move 2 Slow”

“Jangle art rock pop,” is how Malik Lemon describes his fairly new solo project. Or JARP for short. Definitely a mouthful, but once you hear Warik’s two singles, that’s exactly what they are. A mouthful. Chaotic bliss. Lo-fi but fresh. [...]

December 22, 2015 News
Idle Bloom

Listen: Idle Bloom Share The Heavy & Atmospheric “Pride Line”

I think we can collectively admit we indulge in nostalgia from time to time (no pun intended). When the 90s’ were in full effect, it didn’t seem all that great. But that’s how it always works right? If you happen [...]

December 4, 2015 News
Del Water Gap

SIMGE Survey: Del Water Gap Share Instantly Catchy New Single “Lamplight”

Following the release of their last EP, Sleeping, back in 2014, Brooklyn alt-folk group Del Water Gap have been steadily rising in the NYC scene while beginning to branch outwards as well. Comprised of band founder S. Holden Jaffe (lead [...]

November 19, 2015 Features, Interviews
Foxtails Brigade

Listen: Foxtails Brigade Beautifully Recast Joanna Newsom’s “Book Of Right On”

Last week marked the release of Joanna Newsom’s anticipated new album, Divers, which, I’m sure by their most recent release, had orchestral indie-pop group Foxtails Brigade very excited. Earlier this year, the Bay Area-based band consisting of Laura Weinbach (lead [...]

October 28, 2015 News
Wicked Man

Listen: Wicked Man Prove They’re A Band To Watch With “Soil Leaking Water”

Starting off primarily as the solo venture of Yonatan Tietz (vocals/guitar), Oakland-based genre-defying group Wicked Man has evolved three-fold in sound, vision and scope. Late 2014/early 2015 saw the additions of Justin Kohlberg (guitar, bass), Andrew Kunz (keyboards,vocals) and Max [...]

October 13, 2015 News