Indie pop group The Beths' fast-paced debut 'Future Me Hates Me' is one of the breakout records of the year [Review]
The Beths' underground album Future Me Hates Me is full of great harmonies and arrangements.
While the album pays tribute to past releases, it has a completely new vibe.
As we pay our last respects to the late, great Queen of Soul, we remember the feminist anthems she's left behind.
These records are a good place to get started.
Classical music aficionados: Go away. This article is not for you. Instead, it is for everyone who sees classical music as a private club and who feels they’re standing outside the clubhouse.
Shoegaze songstress Tamaryn reveals why her music career isn't how she makes a living, and what's paying her rent right now
Singer-songwriter Tamaryn talks to Young Post about the many ways she has evolved as an artist.
It’s only been six months since they released their second full-length album, Return, but K-pop seven-piece iKon are back with a 17-minute mini-album, New Kids: Continue.
Media company 88 Rising has effectively shone a spotlight on mainly Asian artists, allowing acts such as Higher Brothers to be heard around the world.
Mike Shinoda on how his latest album helped him heal from the death of his Linkin Park bandmate Chester Bennington
“At first, I wasn’t aware of the need for mental health to be held with the same importance as physical health."