Shaffer’s debut album is an intimate exploration of the imagination and a testament to the beauty that can be created in times of disharmony.
Brooklyn’s Monograms premiere their latest array of sonic patterns on his new EP, ‘Floors and Ceilings.’
Brooklyn’s Jordyn Blakely steps out from behind the kit to deliver a cathartic release on her debut EP Bye For Now and it’s therapeutic new single “Shit Apple.”
Listen to our favorite tracks of the week from our staff curated playlist.
Black Midi takes leaps and bounds on their sophomore album that show a growth in character while trying to gain control over their immense talent.
Michelle Zauner explores pain and the long healing process that comes with grief on her latest album, ‘Jubilee.’
Art punk collective Novel’s debut album is a wearied collection of songs that illustrate the conflicts that lie within their hometown of Vancouver.
Sara Lund, drummer of revered post-hardcore trio Unwound discusses the 20 year anniversary of their final album ‘Leaves Turn Inside You,’ the reasons for the groups disbanding and the possibility of future live performances.
With Record Store Day coming back in full-force this year, Ears to Feed spoke with three of our favorite indie record stores to see how they are preparing for the occasion.
Genghis Tron’s Hamilton Jordan and Michael Sochynsky describe the recording process and development of their first album in 13 years, ‘Dream Weapon.’