Bryan Lazar Serves Up Classic Piano Driven Rock on “155”

There is a rusty and airy rasp to Bryan Lazar's voice that is tenderly draped over the opening piano chords in "155" that is...
Derek Hoke. Photo credit: Scott Simontacchi

“Bring the Flood” – Derek Hoke

Okay, this post is not a single song. It's a full record. I have a (really good) bad habit of being unable to choose just...

Tom Speight Gives the World a “Little Love”

Tom Speight's "Little Love" is one of my favorite songs of the past few months. It's a light and catchy acoustic pop song that...
PatrickReza

PatrickReza Goes Back to His Melodic Dubstep Roots with Remix of “Sorry”

If you haven't been tracking PatrickReza's career, here is the short version. For the last two years he's been killing it. He's hitched a...

A Magical Hour with RAC and his New Song

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New Kanye West Track is Unsurprisingly Fantastic

As was hinted at, Kanye West released some brand spanking new music for everyone to feast their eardrums on this past Friday. After uploading...

“Why Me” – Prohaize

Thanks to Prohaize, the better days have arrived. They caught the wave in and road it out alongside that piano extro.

“I Think I Love You” – Cody Crump

When I'm writing a Milk Crater post, I almost always train my focus on the music. I usually don't even mention the love and...

Snakehips Deliver the Best Bittersweet Drinking Anthem

With the help of Chance the Rapper and Tinashe, Snakehips have created the bittersweet song of the year - "All My Friends." Self-recognition in...

“Ham on Rye” – Cynic The Apache

With "Ham on Rye" everything falls effortlessly into place. The lyrics feel intentional and flow smoothly over the light lounge jazz accompaniment. Nothing is...