Articles by Matt Wallock

Foster the People’s Mark Foster Reflects on Life Before and After “Torches”

Foster discusses the album ahead of its new 10th anniversary reissue, nearly moving to Turkey instead of recording it, and collaborating with Taylor Swift.

BROODS Announce New Album with the Swirling Breakup Bop “Heartbreak”

The sibling duo announce their fourth full-length album with an intergalactic visual courtesy of animator Dr. Foothead and a brief Q&A with the band’s Georgia Nott.

Tangerine Long for Connection on the Breezy Lounge Bop Single “See You There”

LA indie-pop musicians Marika Justad and Toby Kuhn channel former tourmates SALES in a sunny guitar track fueled by loneliness.

They/Live Searches for Synth-Pop Divinity on “To Know Your Love (Part II)”

LA-based songwriter Whitney Mower shares another dreamy, angelic arrangement off her forthcoming “Violet Coda” EP.

Shallou Turns Quarantine Melancholy Into Dancefloor Abandon on “High Tide”

The LA-based producer debuts a dreamy dance track inspired by “this feeling of drowning during quarantine.”

FPA Harnesses Pure Feminine Energy in Her New “Princess Wiko” Visual

Frances Priya Anczarski shares the title track from her forthcoming LP, and answers some of our questions about the project.

The Velveteers Wrestle Their Inner Demons in “Father of Lies” Video

The Denver rock trio drops into an abandoned slaughterhouse for their new visual.

Red Ribbon Chases Transcendence in “High” Video

Emma Danner’s new single is a dazed, languid indie rock number about—you guessed it—getting extremely high.

The Lagoons Look Ahead on the Surf-Pop Meditation “Daybreak”

The Southern California duo deliver a hazy, post-pandemic reflection in their latest single.


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