Articles by Kim March

Watch the Detailed Animated Video for Ricky Montgomery’s “Sorry for Me”

It’s the latest single following his collaborations with Chloe Moriondo and mxmtoon. 

KYLE Falls in Lust and Gets His Heart Broken on “Sunday”

It’s the latest single from his forthcoming album.

Kalisway Hits Us with Her Favorite Funk Tracks

With her new single “Hit ’Em with the Funk” out today, the Toronto songwriter shares 10 tracks she looks to for inspo.

Near Tears Fall in Love Despite Big Brother in “Love Under Surveillance” Video

The track arrives ahead of Justine Dorsey’s debut EP “Get with the Program.”

Jason Boland Tells the Tale of an Alien-Abducted Cowboy on “The Light Saw Me”

The track arrives ahead of the country singer’s newly unveiled Shooter Jennings–produced LP of the same name.

elbow Return with “The Seldom Seen Kid,” the First Track From Their Forthcoming Ninth LP

“Flying Dream 1” drops November 19.

Dancing on Tables Adapt to Change in Their Lush Video for “OH”

The remastered version of the single will appear on the band’s “Play Play Play” EP, dropping October 29.

Stream Brasstracks and TOBi’s New Joint EP “Good Luck for Real”

The funk-hop duo linked up with the Canadian rapper for a set of tracks to perform when they hit the road together next week.

UPSAHL Takes Lady Jesus to Confession in Her New Video for “Lunatic”

The visual arrives ahead of her debut LP “Lady Jesus,” dropping October 8.

The Aquadolls Come Together as Best Friends in Their New “Disappearing Girl” Video

The visual for the SoCal garage rockers’ recent single was inspired by “The Virgin Suicides.”

Jackson+Sellers Envision a Thorny Romance on Somber New Single “Hush”

Along with the new track, Jade Jackson and Aubrie Sellers share a brief interview with each other.

Boy Willows Welcomes a New, Loving Chapter with “Fila and Friends”

The revised single features vocal contributions from Wallows’ Dylan Minnette and The Naked and Famous’ Alisa Xayalith.

Melanie Charles’ Reimagination of Sarah Vaughan’s “Detour Ahead” Is an Ode to Resilience

Charles’ album of reimagined classics, “Y’all Don’t (Really) Care About Black Women,” arrives October 22.

Alice Merton Is Willing to Save Us and Heal Past Wounds with “Hero” and “Island”

The two new tracks follow Merton’s first 2021 release “Vertigo.”

Jasmine Thompson Finds a Friend to Lean on in Her “after goodbye” Video

The London-based songwriter sings about moving on in her latest single.

Damon Albarn’s “Particles” Was Inspired by a Chance Conversation About Peace Prevailing

It’s the third single from Albarn’s forthcoming “The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows.”

Dear Boy Are Hopeless Romantics in Their Video for the ’80s-Inspired Gem “(On My) Mind”

The Los Angeles synthpop mainstays are prepping to release their debut album.

H. Jon Benjamin and Lucky Yates Made Us a Playlist Inspired by Their “Archer” Characters

With the show’s 12th season kicking off tonight, Benjamin and Yates share 19 tracks that define Sterling Archer and Dr. Algernop Krieger.

Church Girls Share a Visual for Their Ode to Family “Separated”

The Philly punks’ sophomore album “Still Blooms” is out October 8 on Anchor Eighty Four and Big Scary Monsters.

Big Boi and Kaytranada Set to Co-Headline MLS All-Star Event

The MLS All-Star Concert, presented by Heineken, will take place August 24 at The Torch at the Los Angeles Coliseum.

Future Islands Gives James’ “Beautiful Beaches” a Synth-Heavy Makeover

The U.K. alt-rockers’ “All the Colours of You” is out now.

Lawrence Rothman Celebrates Being a Wanderer in Their “Glory” Video

The Katie Pruitt–featuring track can be found on Rothman’s recent album “Good Morning, America,” out now.

Luna Luna Share Their Full Moon Playlist

With their debut LP “Flower Moon” out now, the Dallas synth-pop quartet share 10 tracks to moongaze to.

Anika Adds a New Chapter to the Life of Ora the Molecule’s “Helicopter”

The sinister remix follows the release of Ora’s debut LP “Human Safari” back in July.

Dot Allison Shares a Dreamy Video for “One Love,” Pens a Letter on the Thinkers Who Inspired Her New Album

The Scottish songwriter’s first album in 12 years “Heart-Shaped Scars” is out now.

10 Songs That Influenced Still Woozy’s Debut Album “If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is”

Sven Gamsky shares a playlist of tunes that inspired the genre-hopping sounds of his new LP, out tomorrow via Interscope and Still Woozy Productions.

TRISHES Experiments with Perceived Power on “Big Sunglasses”

Her album “The Id” is out October 22.

Danny Elfman and Trent Reznor Link Up for New Rendition of “True”

The original version appears on Elfman’s recent album “Big Mess.”

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