Brett Naucke teams up with Damiana’s Natalie Chami and Whitney Johnson for a contemplative piece inspired by Tarkovsky.
Maxshh’s new single is a heartfelt venture that conjures feelings of comfort and normalcy in a time when the world has neither.
London songwriter Anna Vincent trudges through personal struggles to deliver a sincere look into reconciliation on her striking new single, “Thin Skin.”
Electronic pop duo E-Prime pay tribute to obscure Montreal new wave group Degrees of Freedom with their debut video.
With GLOW ON, Baltimore hardcore greats Turnstile release an album full of healing properties and quiet innovation that offers an open invitation to both fans of rock radio and punk tre believers, alike.
Wednesday’s Karly Hartzman explores malaise and depression through the lens of an isolated summer in middle America.
Ty Segall, one of indie rock’s most prolific artists returns with another bold statement that pushes into new territory.
Ears to Feed sat down with Toronto’s Motorists about their hook-filled debut Surrounded and to talk about some of the band’s favorite Canadian power pop songs.
Ears to Feed sits down with A Place to Bury Strangers’ Oliver Ackermann to discuss the suffocating nature of NYC, how he kept up his creative energy during the pandemic and more.
Drummer Liam O’Neill shares how the conscious decision to tour less impacted their songwriting practice.