Tag: MUSIC

GALANTIS AND NGHTMRE ON THEIR NEW COLLABORATIVE SINGLE “TU TU TU” FEATURING LIAM O’DONNELL

Two of EDM’s biggest players, Galantis and NGHTMRE, have come together for a dynamic collaboration that features the best of each act’s amazing producing talents. The single, “Tu Tu Tu (That’s Why We),” featuring vocals from Liam O’Donnell, comes out today, and boasts a deliriously catchy island beat and thumping baseline that crescendos into an…

WHAT MAKES A QUEER ICON?

A cursory Google search yields few resources attempting to accurately define what makes a queer icon, well, iconic. And there’s a good reason for that. Whats makes a queer icon is at the same time simple and incredibly difficult to define. One one hand, its is easy to use blanket terms like “glamorous” or “camp”…

VIDEO PREMIERE + INTERVIEW: INDIE-POP DUO FLY BY MIDNIGHT LONG FOR PAST LOVE WITH “LOST WITHOUT YOU” FEAT. CLARA MAE

https://www.youtube.com/embed/BtF85dQUMKg Songwriters Justin Bryte and Slavo, better known as indie-pop band Fly By Midnight, have taken on quite a lot with the music video for their latest single “Lost Without You.” The creative duo have always combined forces directing their videos, but with a global pandemic, as well as their first foray into visual effects,…

THE MUSIC ARTISTS THAT DEFINE GEN-Z

In a follow up to our previous article  “The TV Shows that Define the Gen-Z Experience” we felt it was great timing to continue the conversation with a focus on music. If the defining characteristic of the collective Gen-Z mindset on television is breaking boundaries by ignoring them entirely, then what identifies Gen-Z music as…

EXPECTATION VS. REALITY: “CHROMATICA” BY LADY GAGA

This article is part of a new Untitled Magazine series called “Expectation vs. Reality,” where we examine the hype surrounding popular projects before and after release, and examine whether they ultimately meet the general public’s expectations. The first part, "Expectation," was written prior to release, while the second part below, "Reality," was written after release.  …

ORVILLE PECK, LIL NAS X, AND THE DECISION TO EXPRESS QUEERNESS

  Orville Peck, groundbreaking LGBTQ+ country artist, is the newest in a long line of celebrities to be labeled “private” or “enigmatic,” and the first some time to truly embody the term. Pop culture in many ways seems to have lost their grasp on the definition of the word “enigmatic” in the last two decades.…

BILLIE EILISH WILL TAKE JAMES BOND INTO THE NEW AGE

James Bond is danger. James Bond is action. James Bond is suave. He stands with a gun in one hand, a supermodel in the other, and a smirk on his face. Despite a 24-film span, the Bond formula has remained largely the same: defeat the villain, get the girl, look damn good doing it. Textbook.…

INTERVIEW: ECHOSMITH’S NEW ALBUM LONELY GENERATION DELIVERS HONESTY AND VULNERABILITY TO THE NEW YEAR

Indie pop sensation Echosmith will reach new heights in 2020 with the debut of a fresh new album, Lonely Generation, their first full-length release in almost 7 years. The band started out as a few teenage siblings from Southern California who first came together to make music in 2009 before booking festivals and touring the…

ARGENTINIAN POP QUEEN JUANA MOLINA DEFINES PARAGUAY PUNK IN EXCLUSIVE VIDEO FOR KABINETT

The music of Latin America - particularly that of Argentina – encompasses a rich culture steeped in history, and of a people descended from all parts of the globe; from sub-Saharan Africa to the European continents. Contemporary Music in Argentina (although carrying the distinctive syncopated rhythms, up tempo beats, and studio manufactured sounds of American…

BILLIE EILISH AND THE END OF GENRE

The aesthetic of Billie Eilish is glittering darkness. She mixes lyrics about hopelessness with bright synthesizers and radio-friendly hooks. Her rumination on the macabre has led some critics to declare that she is part of the second iteration of the goth subculture first popularized in the 1980s, but the label doesn’t quite fit. Surprisingly, she…

7 FEMALE MUSICIANS TO ADD TO YOUR PLAYLIST

In an industry where new artists are constantly being uncovered, it's sometimes difficult to stick out from the crowd. However, there are several female artists on the rise that have made their mark in the music industry and deserve recognition for their raw talents. Tierra Whack After delivering one of the most poignant hip-hop projects…

COLLISION/COALITION AT THE SHED

Collision/Coalition On view: June 19-August 25, 2019 The Bloomberg Building 545 West 30th Street, New York, NY The Shed, a cultural arts center located in Hudson Yards will be presenting their summer curatorial, COLLISION/COALITION. Taking place from June 19th to August 25th at The Bloomberg Building, Collision/Coalition displays a connection between three commissions that all…

The 1975 RELEASE THEIR MOST MATURE ALBUM YET

Some artists are extremely particular about listeners diving into a new album in the same manner in which they would read a book: from start to finish. Though he’s never said it outright, The 1975’s Matty Healy presents his work like a storybook meant to be listened to in the order it’s been given, track…

BOSTON CALLING 2018: ST. VINCENT, PUSSY RIOT, JACK WHITE & MORE

Over Memorial Day weekend, Harvard Stadium served as the adventurous backdrop for the 9th edition of Boston Calling. Over the course of three days, festival goers were treated to performances from artists including The Killers, Paramore, Pussy Riot, Jack White and The National. Brockhampton gave an emotional performance after the departure of founding member Ameer…

5 FEMALE MUSICIANS TO WATCH IN 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUcAPCxrSQs Princess Nokia Self-described "Yoruba, Taino, Puerto Rican girl with really brown skin, full curly hair, and a spirit that does not quit," Destiny Frasqueri has been rapping under the name Princess Nokia for three years. Now 25-years-old, the native New Yorker gained recognition for her song "G.O.A.T." and mixtape "1992," released this past September.…

MILEY CYRUS RETURNS TO HER COUNTRY ROOTS WITH “YOUNGER NOW”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LX2kpeyp80 Miley Cyrus is back and better than ever with her new album, Younger Now, which debuted on September 29th. Following the country-turned-rap-now-turned-country songstress's highly publicized rejection of marijuana, it's easy to interpret her latest offering as a sort of rebirth, or perhaps just a return to her country roots. Breaking with the heavy electronic…

MEET DJ COCO ROBERT: THE GLOBAL DJ AND BUSINESS WOMAN

Playing at events globally from London to L.A, DJ Coco Robert is on the rise. Not only does she spin the buzzing tunes, but she is also a kick-ass business woman, which is due in part to her bachelor's degree in Music and Entertainment Business from New York University. She has played at events like…

TOMORROWLAND 2017 A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF EDM

A dragon’s darting eyes watched over ravers wrapped in international flags and flower crowns as fire shot up into the sky. On an island surrounded by giant pink lily pads, bubbles fell on a DJ dwarfed by building-sized books. A giant carried weights and a bearded lady posed as clowns strolled on stilts. Up on…

GRACE MITCHELL’S UNDENIABLE PRESENCE: SHOW REVIEW

The 19-year-old indie-alternative rocker Grace Mitchell preformed at the Mercury Lounge to a buzzing sold out crowd. As the band was setting-up, people in the front row were peeking at the set lists that were placed across the stage, noting when or if their favorite songs would be played. Grace eventually stepped on stage to…

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