By: Staff – Emerging New Zealand-based indie band is Marlin’s Dreaming is back with their new single “Alike”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Alike Is our most zestful single – very guitar & vocal driven,” said the band. “I wanted to personify two different characters, the bleating high pitched character, and … Continue reading
By: Staff – New Zealand indie outfit Marlin’s Dreaming are back with their new track “Outward”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Outwards Crying is about my urge to leave my hometown (Dunedin, NZ) and change my surroundings,” says the band. “Outwards”” crying is a nature song!” Marlin’s Dreaming are a young … Continue reading
Photos by: Morgan Hotston – New Zealand-based alt-country singer-songwriter Marlon Williams, who released his newest album, Make Way For Love, on February 16th, 2018 via Dead Oceans, performed at the Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto last night (March 6th).
By: Staff – Grammy-nominated singer Robbie Williams has revealed plans to stop performing his most iconic song “Angels” at future concerts, and will replace it with lesser-known hits. In an interview with The Daily Star, Williams admitted his struggles to get through a performance of the beloved song, saying: “I have to hold myself together or … Continue reading
By: Curtis Sindrey – In 2010, Auckland, New Zealand’s Thom Powers, Alisa Xayalith, Aaron Short, David Beadle, and Jesse Wood arrived at the forefront of the international indie pop scene with the sweltering The Naked And Famous debut album, Passive Me, Aggressive You. Riding on the feverish heights reached by singles like “Young Blood”, “Punching In A Dream” and … Continue reading
By: Lucy Sky – Toronto-based electro-indie-pop duo Featurette (think Phantogram meets Tove Lo), which features vocalist Lexie Jay and drummer Jon Fedorsen, spent most their 2014 creating their 2-part album Crave. The emotionally charged, heavy hitting electro-pop coming from Northern Europe, New York and New Zealand influences the dancefloor-friendly effort, which will be premiered on December … Continue reading