Author: Corey Ware

Interview: Indy Yelich finds her voice with ‘Sticky Notes’

Indy Yelich is not your average teenager. Moving to the United States from Auckland, New Zealand, the 19-year-old is figuring out that adulthood could mean attending the Grammy’s one night and shopping at Target for cleaning supplies the next. The rising star has nearly 30,000 followers on her Instagram account, […]

Macklemore releases new album ‘Gemini’

The follow up to the rapper’s 2016 album, This Unruly Mess I’ve Made is somewhat of a tossup between better and worse than previous attempts. In Unruly Mess, Macklemore promises to “Make better music,” on one of the more serious tracks, “Bolo Tie,” and Gemini is a strong attempt to […]

Kesha shows true colors on ‘Rainbow’ album

Artwork by Andantonius They say there is always a rainbow after the storm, and no truer words can be spoken about Kesha’s grand return. On Rainbow, Kesha kisses the autotuned-trope of her previous albums goodbye and welcomes a comeback worthy of deeming her greatest work yet. Following a five year […]

Carly Rae Jepsen is going ‘new places’ for next record

The unforgotten pop princess of 2012 is dishing out new music that she promises will keep things exciting! In an interview with SOCAN, the “Cut To The Feeling” singer confirmed she has 50 potential tracks lined up for her next record, but it won’t be like Emotion. ” I’m nervous and […]

Watch: Macklemore and Lil Yatchy team up for ‘Marmalade’

Macklemore is continuing his post-Ryan Lewis journey with his latest single and video for “Marmalade.” The rapper recently shared that he was taking a break with his collaborator of 9 years, but promised the duo would return. Macklemore shared the news to fans via an Instagram note last month to […]

Exclusive: Maggie Szabo talks new music and life in LA

The soulful-pop singer on the rise, Maggie Szabo, is hard at work on her second full-length album. The follow-up to her 2012 release, Now Hear Me Out, is building hype with each single release, including “Forgive And Forget,” “Touch The Ground,” and now “Gold”! The two-year gap between Szabo’s first and second […]