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Naomi Mejia is a Texas-based writer and original Co-Editors-in Chief at The Girls at the Rock Show. Currently, now, one of the Co-Editors-in-Chief at Play Into It (https://playintoit.com). You can often find me online, Tweeting/Instagramming my life as a shameless fangirl (minus the stale “hysterical” cliché). Twitter/Instagram: @youthquakermimi

Listen to: Stop Light Observation “2young”

October 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Charleston, South Carolina psych-rock outfit Stop Light Observations implores listeners to take a moment to enjoy life’s small moments and revel in the everyday magic happening around us. The revolutionary five-piece is comprised of William Blackburn (lead vocals), John Keith Culbreth (synth, [Read More...]

Music Mashup: Playlist Edition

October 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

If you’re looking for new music to get into, or simply need something to perk you up from the hump day slump then look no further. We have curated the perfect six-song playlist of burgeoning artists with infectious earworm tracks that you should get to know… Cavern Company Enough? Their [Read More...]

Listen to: Sunshine Brothers Inc. “So Bad to Me”

October 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Sunshine Brothers’ roots are in the prolific Western Massachusetts DIY scene. Born out of a basement show culture endemic to Amherst for decades (the same scene which birthed classic and legendary bands like the Pixies and Speedy Ortiz) the band has, until recently, developed largely [Read More...]

Listen to: Skinnydip “Breakthrough”

October 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

Breakthrough is the aptly named new track from LA-based duo Skinnydip. It’s a fitting name since Skinnydip are breaking through and making a huge splash with their electro-pop melodies. The track details the good along with the bad when being with someone. That helplessness of accepting [Read More...]

Listen to: Ava Heatley “Beautiful/Terrifying”

October 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

New York-based singer-songwriter Ava Heatley has been writing songs and gigging since she was thirteen. In just a few short years, she’s garnered quite the accolades. Heatley released her EP, The Drive in 2017, she was named DNH Radio’s Discovered “Artist of the Month” in June, [Read More...]

Listen to: STAL “Jump With Me”

October 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

If you’re looking for a new artist to get into, look no further. STAL is reminiscent of Parade of Lights, Mating Ritual, Paperwhite, and M83. STAL is Marie Maulini (guitar, synths vocals) and Renaud Rodier (drums). It’s not a coincidence that their sound is evocative of M83… [Read More...]

31 Song a Day Challenge: Halloween Edition

October 13, 2018 // 1 Comment

October is one of our favorite months for different reasons but it mainly means that the spooky season is here. So in honor of the witching season, we’ve conjured up the perfect soundtrack for the ghostly month featuring songs about all things wicked that we adore even in the offseason… [Read More...]

Song of the Day: LUMiN “Bury You Deeper”

October 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

New York-born LUMiN is someone to keep up with. He’s an artist/songwriter/producer with two infectious demos on SoundCloud that we’re obsessed with. We became even more enamored with LUMiN since his latest single iDWF was released. The twinkling bursts of pop synth are what hooked us [Read More...]

Listen to: Cimo Frankel “Gamble”

October 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

Growing up in Amsterdam, artist/songwriter/producer Cimo Frankel’s father was a funk musician and raised him on a diet of impromptu studio visits and the DIY ethos of funk culture. At the tender age of 15, Cimo started experimenting with music production getting involved with like-minded [Read More...]

Listen to: DAZE “Reformation”

October 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

North London’s DAZE came to fruition when childhood friends, and guitarists, Sam Hong and Luke Mayer decided to form a band. Soon bassist Santino De Lauri and drummer Oliver Brenner were recruited, giving us Bloc Party and Foals. With energy-fuelled shows at the likes of Camden Assembly, [Read More...]
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