Big Leap Collective Presents Skatember!

San Francisco's art collective Big Leap Collective, founded by Ellie Stokes, will be presenting the first ever Skatember on September 29th, 2022. Big Leap Collective provides independent artists "opportunities for diversity, accessibility, and education through immersive and community-focused events and collaboration in the Bay Area and beyond." The guest of honor at Skatember will be … Continue reading Big Leap Collective Presents Skatember!

Album Review: “Womb” by Kate Brunotts

With the news of the United States Supreme Court, shockingly, overturning “Roe vs Wade” and removing human rights Kate Brunotts newest album “Womb” comes out at a perfect time. It is unfortunate to say this though as disallowing human women the freedom to choose what they can do with their own bodies breaks this condiment’s … Continue reading Album Review: “Womb” by Kate Brunotts

Turning up the Heat with Young Costello’s Latest EP

Pre-order here Review by: Mr. Substitute Young Costello, so hot right now,” is what my first thought was when I had the privilege of listening to their latest EP entitled “Stories Told, Some New, Some Old” set to be released through Ska Punk International on August 30th. You know how a charcuterie board is supposed … Continue reading Turning up the Heat with Young Costello’s Latest EP

Become A- “kin” with Yourself with nowfeel

Review by: Mr. Substitute You know, growing up from a very young age, we really take for granted the first time we’ve felt certain things, certain sensations. Like what was it like the first time you put on one of those puffy jackets, that feeling? New sensations, new textures both physical and visual, at one … Continue reading Become A- “kin” with Yourself with nowfeel

Dasie and Angie Petty Soak In The Spotlight on “Theatre Major”

Dasie and Angie Petty have joined forces on “Theatre Major.” The duo highlight popular acting techniques such as crying on command, fading into the background, and being able to play any part. Whatever you may need from Dasie and Angie Petty, they can do. This makes them feel like a theatre major. As someone who … Continue reading Dasie and Angie Petty Soak In The Spotlight on “Theatre Major”

Album Review: “Who Will Forgive All My Sins” by Future West

Listen to the album here Future West's latest "Who Will Forgive All My Sins" opens with "Faded"; an atmospheric opener that sets the mood for the rest of the album. Throughout the track a sample of what sounds like an old television advert plays. Francis asks both himself and the listener"are we faded?" Does Francis … Continue reading Album Review: “Who Will Forgive All My Sins” by Future West

Music Shelf’s August 12th Review Roundup

listen here "namestage6 is not Okay" from namestage6 is an incredibly ambitious and engaging record. Sampled entirely from Huggable Dust by Okay (which deserves your attention as well) helps shapes this experimental hip-hop album that has elements of an Eyedea & Abilities album blended with the creativity of Tyler, The Creator. It is hard to … Continue reading Music Shelf’s August 12th Review Roundup

Finding Noise at the Bottom of JASMINEGOLD

Review by: Mr. Substitute Do you make faces when you listen to music? I have a nasty “stank” face when I listen to something that makes me go “Woah, what is this??? I like it!” Well thankfully my face won’t stay this way, no matter what they told us when we were kids. JASMINEGOLD’s latest … Continue reading Finding Noise at the Bottom of JASMINEGOLD