Articles by Kim March
Paloma Get Lost in the Storm of Desperation on “Lips”
It’s the follow-up single to the group’s first EP “Luna.”
Sunsleeper Remember Mac Miller with Dreamy Cover of “Come Back to Earth”
The Utah rockers take on the rapper’s “Swimming” single.
Love Truls Captures the Excitment of Budding Love with Siri Gunrup Järvinen on “Trembling Hands”
The Swedish musician’s forthcoming debut EP “Kantande Wanai” is out June 4.
Summer Salt Announce New LP “Sequoia Moon,” Share Video for First Single “Monday’s Fácil”
The Phil Ek–produced record arrives June 25 via Cherry Lime Records.
Watch Dave Grohl and His Daughter Violet Cover X’s “Nausea” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
The pair are joined by Krist Novoselic on the track from Grohl Sr.’s new touring documentary.
Royal Canoe Announce New LP “Sidelining,” Share First Single “Butterfalls”
The art-pop collective shares the soulful first single from the new album, out July 9 on Paper Bag Records.
Jimkata Stubbornly Run From the Reaper in Catchy Synthpop Single “Hard Headed”
Their upcoming album “Bonfires” is due this summer.
Potent Smells Help Transviolet Escape the Reality of a Dumb Party on “Clean Laundry”
The single follows last month’s “Drugs in California.”
Jesse Marchant Looks Back on a Near-Fatal Childhood Incident on “An Accident (From 3 Perspectives)”
The latest record from the Canadian multi-instrumentalist formerly known as JBM arrives June 25.
Dana and the Wolf Make the Best of Bad Situations on “It’s Too Late”
The track arrives ahead of the Burbank-based duo’s debut LP “LA Fade.”
Celebrate 4/20 the Foo Fighters Way (Waking Up Stoned in the Desert and Descending Into Hell)
The Foos’ video for “Chasing Birds” is a reminder to stay hydrated.
La Femme Host a Dance Party to End All Dance Parties for “Nouvelle-Orléans”
The new music video for their track off this month’s “Paradigmes” is vibrant nightclub bliss.
National Geographic Announces Earth Day Eve Streaming Event feat. José González, Rostam, Maggie Rogers, and More
Read a brief exclusive Q&A with González on his involvement with the April 21 event.
The Deslondes’ Riley Downing Shares Lovelorn Single “I’m Not Ready” Ahead of His Solo Debut
The album arrives May 14 via New West Records, with a tour kicking off May 1.
Arcade Fire Redefine the Term “Quarantine Record” with “Memories in the Age of Anxiety”
There’ve been too many songs about loneliness lately—and not enough 45-minute ambient singles written for meditation apps.
Jaguar Jonze Inhabits Her Music’s Cyberpunk World in Her “TESSELLATIONS” Video
The track arrives ahead of her “ANTIHERO” EP, dropping this Friday.
Ron Gallo Offers Sports Their First Remix Job with Their Take on “CAN WE STILL BE FRIENDS”
The Oklahoman “band of wizards” rework the track from Gallo’s recent LP “PEACEMEAL.”
Sparta’s Jim Ward Announces Solo Album “Daggers,” Shares First Single “Paper Fish”
The post-hardcore songwriter’s LP will arrive June 11 via Dine Alone Records.
Portugal. The Man and Roy Choi Reunite for KCRW and Good Food’s Virtual Event Series “Sound Bites”
The FLOOD 8 cover stars reconvene for the free three-part series’ first installment.
Action/Adventure Sign to Pure Noise, Share Video for New Track “Poser”
The Chicago-based group’s “Pulling Focus” will arrive April 30.
Sufjan Stevens Announces New 5-Volume LP Set “Convocations”
While the whole project drops May 8, you can hear the first album, “Meditations,” this Thursday.
Tastemaking Series School Night Announces Twitch Series “School Night at Home”
Starting April 5, the show will feature upcoming acts from Philadelphia to Galway.
mehro Breaks Down His “SKY ON FIRE” Project Track by Track
The LA-based songwriter details the seven songs that make up his intimate EP.
Brad Sucks Enlists Jason Lytle for the Grandaddy-esque “In It to Win It”
The single arrives head of the Ottawa rocker’s first album in nearly a decade.
Hybrid Reveal New Single “Flashpoint” with an Unsettling Sci-Fi Short Film
The electronic four-piece set the tone for their new album, expected this summer.
The Juliana Theory Walk Us Through “A Dream Away,” Their New LP of Reworked Favs
Returning from a 15 year hiatus, Brett Detar and Joshua Fiedler share how these tracks have changed over two decades.
Grace Mitchell Returns with the Colorful Single “Mango”
The LA-based songwriter shares her first single in three years.
Alex McArtor Ventures Into the “Wasteland” in Her New Video
The Texas songwriter also announces the June 25 release of her “Welcome to the Wasteland” EP.