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Tove Lo, SG Lewis
How are we halfway through June already? It actually seems illegal how fast the summer passes by, there's so much I want to accomplish in no time whatsoever. But enough about me, the main point here is that we're looking at the weekend once again.
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Kaleah Lee Won’t Pull The Fire Alarm (But She’ll Think About It)

Kaleah Lee talks tour, sad-girl songwriting, and her latest EP, Birdwatcher

When Kaleah Lee tells me she only started writing songs during the pandemic, I can’t hide my surprise. Her lyricism has the practiced sharpness of someone who has been honing their craft for decades. And her production — which she does herself in her bedroom — is subtle and simmering with emotion. This is bedroom pop at its peak, but not what you’d expect.
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If there’s one thing I consistently endorse, it’s the power of a music festival. You get the best bang for your buck by having the opportunity to see dozens of artists all for the price of one weekend pass…and you get the chance to find your next favorite artist.

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We're all in the same spot: working all week, wondering if the weekend will ever present itself, and dreaming of the possibilities of a day or two without work. You spend all week making plans with friends and family, and now that Summer Fridays have begun...the world is your oyster.

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Rec Hall


Southern California-based trio Rec Hall, made up of John Barry (vocals, guitar), Lance Meliota (drums), and Ben Tyrell (guitar, bass) burst onto the scene in 2021 with breakout single “She Doesn’t Get It.” The song, over the next two years, slowly but organically gained traction, now accumulating over 20 million streams, and led to the group signing with Arista Recordings in 2023.

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Introducing The Real Becky Hill

Ahead of her new album, Believe Me Now?, Hill reflects on sexual assault, her career so far, and womanhood.

TW: This article contains mentions of sexual assault.

A few months ago, I sat with Becky Hill backstage before her sold-out Brooklyn Steele performance. As we chatted about her collaborations and the struggle of being taken seriously as a solo artist, I could feel Hill's passion. She's an artist who takes her craft very seriously, someone who's both humble and fiery all at once, with a voice that can bring an entire room together.

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