AMC’s Dietland Aimed Wide and Mostly Hit Its Marks in a Chaotic First Season

AMC’s new series Dietland — which just wrapped up its first season this week — could be considered a peak show of the summer. That’s not because it was particularly popular or perfectly constructed (in fact, it was neither of those things), but because it feels like an amalgam of… Read More: AMC’s Dietland Aimed […]

A Bright Start: DiS Does Sharpe Festival

The last few years have seen a proliferation in the number of European showcase festivals, and to the likes of MENT, Spring Break, Vil Vil Vest, Eurosonic, and Tallinn Music Week we can now add Sharpe, a brand new event aimed at providing promising new artists a platform to break… Read More: A Bright Start: […]

Your EDM Playlist and Mix: Synergy Gives Us a Glimpse Into ‘The Abyss’

The Russian duo Synergy seem to be pumping out the tunes at a crazy level lately, with two EPs out on Eatbrain alone in the last three months, not to mention singles on Neosignal, Viper with Teddy Killerz and a remix on RAM for DC Breaks. Their The Abyss EP… Read More: Your EDM Playlist […]

Janet Jackson: Before and After Nipplegate

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Radio Public | Stitcher | RSS In 2001, Janet Jackson was on top of the pop music world. Her blockbuster album All For You had just made her the first artist in the history of music to produce five consecutive number one albums in a… Read More: Janet Jackson: Before […]

Coming Home: Newport Folk Festival Review 2018

Beyond the Gates: Newport Folk is a festival apart. In 2018, we’re wont to look at the North American music festival climate as a changing one, a place where big-brand names no longer carry preeminence and the companies behind them seem unable to sustain expansions. Yet, the only way this… Read More: Coming Home: Newport […]