R&B

  • Jenna Kyle: “I’m looking to create a space to let go.”

    Upon seeing Jenna Kyle’s recent video for “Tell Me,” any former goth teen won’t be able to help conjuring comparisons to Depeche Mode’s Anton Corbijn collaborations.  The hyper-moody banger is equally suitable for midnight epiphanies and moderately-irresponsible nightclubbing.  And the accompanying music video, directed by Jay Harwood, has the...
  • I M U R, “Shitty is Pretty”

    Vancouver’s self-described “genre-blending make-out music-making trio” I M U R recently released music videos for singles “Case of You” and “Sad Girls Club” that resemble Larry Clark and Harmony Korine’s highly stylized explorations of teenage wildlife.  So, it’s not surprising that during a recent chat producer/multi-instrumentalist Amine Bouzaher tells...
  • Audrey Mika: “My main goal as an artist is to be a mentor…” (3/3 at Voltage Lounge)

    2020 really does seem to be dominated by the young ladies so far… A few weeks ago 15-year-old Jayden Bartels provided one of the best sets we’ve seen in the year’s first quarter while opening for Echosmith, and one of our favorite releases, 5 A.M., comes courtesy of 19-year-old...
  • New Years Day, “Still Heavy” (Saturday at Franklin Music Hall, w/ In This Moment)

    I can’t think of a better way to start getting amped for Halloween than to join female-fronted, horror-inspired, alternative metalheads In This Moment and New Years Day this Saturday, October 19th, at Franklin Music Hall.  Headliners...
  • BONES UK and “THE BEST LIVE SHOW YOU’VE EVER BLOODY SEEN.” (Tonight at MilkBoy)

    Although I’m guessing much of Philthy (or, likely more accurately, it’s suburbs) will be at Mick and Keef tonight… However, there are a handful of worthwhile concerts that are far more financially friendly, most notably BONES UK, who will be headlining MilkBoy for $15.  The super-saucy electro-rockers, comprised of...