Episode #349 – Sindar

For Kona Ossana, the release of his band Sindar’s debut album Splintered Light was an opportunity to grow as a musician, both technically and creatively. … read more


Episode #348 – Pony Logan

Pony Logan describes his debut album, The Big Sky, as “country music for people who like Frank Ocean.” … read more


Episode #347 – Bijuu

Bijuu started making beats in large part as a way to cope with the noise in his head. … read more


Episode #346 – MCKC

MCKC processes the thoughts and feelings he can’t bring himself to say plainly through his eponymous personal project.. … read more


 
 

Episode #345 – Sunhills

Once skeptical of others’ ability to understand him, Drew Kaluna learned that he could lean on others—that being vulnerable would make him, and Sunhills, better.   … read more


Episode #344 – Pillars

While quarantine has given B Zitting the opportunity to focus on a more experimental, production-focused EP, their bandmate Ryan Collenburg is integral to Pillars’ aesthetic and sound. The band is currently working on two EPs in tandem, and both express an evolving facet of the band.  … read more


Episode #343 – Martian Textilez

Over the last decade Martian Textilez has been working on himself. From relationships to friendships to his own sense of masculinity, Textilez’ sees opportunity for growth in almost everything.  … read more


Episode #342 – PETR Chubak

After years spent in his last project angrily expressing his relationship to depression, bipolar, anxiety and suicide, Teague Chubak realized he was only reinforcing the feelings he was trying to recover from. PETR Chubak became Chubak’s new avenue for tackling these topics, now through a lens of positivity and a desire to be understood rather than merely heard.   … read more


Episode #341 – World’s Worst

World’s Worst released their eponymous EP in April, and the album’s themes of feeling stuck and rudderless hit different in the time of quarantine.  … read more


Episode #340 – PK Opal

Glittering Serpent, the first full-length from PK Opal, speaks to the current political moment and how queer art should resist capitalist production. … read more