G Flip – ‘Drummer’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Nazrin Massaro There’s one instrument that dominates the new album by Georgia Flipo (AKA G Flip) and you don’t get points for getting which one it is – it’s there in the album title, and the album art and is made obvious within the album’s first few songs. This is a return to… Read more

The Aces – ‘I’ve Loved You For So Long’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Julian Burgueño California quartet The Aces are part of a growing group of alt-pop artists using the genre to tell compelling female-led, unapologetically queer stories (see also: Carlie Hanson and Hayley Kiyoko). On their new album, I’ve Loved You For So Long, The Aces best showcase their strength in this area on the… Read more

Black Honey – ‘A Fistful of Peaches’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Press Brighton, England band Black Honey returns with their new album A Fistful of Peaches, released two years (almost to the day) since their last full-length offering, Written & Directed. The name of that album of course was a phrase that is commonly associated with movie credits, and this new title even paraphrases… Read more

Carlie Hanson – ‘Wisconsin’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Samantha Harter Ever since 2018’s “Only One,” Wisconsin’s Carlie Hanson has felt like an indie cult star perpetually on the brink of a major breakout – the charms of her evocative, homespun indie-pop and pop-punk immediately obvious. Her sophomore album, which shares a name with her home state, might be too quiet and… Read more

Boygenius – ‘The Record’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez The last time Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus recorded together on their 2018 boygenius EP, they had just started their individual solo careers. As the three best friends reunite in the studio five years later, they have all, individually, climbed to the elite of the singer-songwriter scene. Their latest… Read more

MMM Top Ten: 10 Artists on the Rise in 2023

In 2022, the indie music scene saw rising stars like Wet Leg, Ethel Cain, and rappers J.I.D. and Denzel Curry. However, in 2023, we can expect to see a surge of emerging R&B, pop, hip-hop, and much more with artists such as Ice Spice, Chlöe, and RAYE. Below are ten of the most exciting artists… Read more

Black Belt Eagle Scout – ‘The Land, The Water, The Sky’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Nate Lemuel of Darklisted Photography The political is the personal is the musical for Katherine Paul who has long made her Native American ancestry central to her artistry – so much so that it’s evident in her music before one even presses play, with album titles like At The Party With My Brown Friends and The… Read more

Weyes Blood – ‘In Holy Flux’ Europe & UK Tour 2023 Concert Review

Photo Credit: Douglas Dahlström Still jet-lagged at the second stop of her In Holy Flux-tour, Natalie Mering – professionally known as Weyes Blood – certainly made Stockholm’s hearts aglow. Under the huge crystal crown inside of the big saloon at the sold-out, historical Berns Hotel & House of Entertainment in central Stockholm, Sweden, a crowd… Read more

MMM Top Ten: 10 Rejected Musicians Who Became Successful

Like everyone else living on this planet, successful artists also know what it’s like to be rejected – some better than others. Here are ten musicians rejected by record labels, the Army, classmates, and audition juries. #10. Tori Kelly Photo Credit: Elizabeth Miranda The Californian singer auditioned on season nine of American Idol back in… Read more

MMM Top Ten: 10 Albums with Some Serious Halloween Vibes

With the spooky season now upon us, it’s time to start curating a soundtrack for the next few days of pumpkin carving, dressing up, and going out. Below are 10 perfect albums to put on to get you in the Halloween mood. #10. Demi Lovato – Holy Fvck On their eighth album, Demi Lovato abandons… Read more