Featured Artist: SISU


It wouldn’t be out of line to assume that you have heard or at least heard of  a band called Dum Dum Girls, but what about SISU? Chances are this name may be a little less familiar to you, but band founder Sandra Vu is trying to change all that. The multi-instrumentalist caught her big

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Pity Sex’s Sean St. Charles Discusses The Band’s New Album, ‘90s Pop, And Biker Bars


  Don’t let the name fool you, there’s nothing pitiful about Pity Sex. The Ann Arbor-based quartet creates lush, shoegaze-inspired songs that founding member/drummer Sean St. Charles’ admits is because of the love he and guitarist/vocalist Brennan Greaves have for the guitar driven pop of the ‘90s.    This admiration is evident on the band’s

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Album Review: Superhumanoids, Exhibitionists


The ‘80s-influenced dream-pop trio Superhumanoids has become a staple in its hometown of Los Angeles, and after successful tours with Local Natives and Cold War Kids earlier this year, the band has created the right amount of national buzz to successfully release its debut LP, Exhibitionists, via Innovative Leisure. Singer Cameron Parkins recently told Billboard

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