Author: Caroline Edwards

Dreamland

Album Review: Glass Animals // Dreamland

Drenched in warm, honeyed vocals and tunes referencing heatwaves and tropical fruit,Glass Animals return with a timely pairing for the sweltering August weather: Dreamland. When the future is uncerta…

The Sun and Her Scorch

Album Review: Dizzy // The Sun and Her Scorch

Whimsical, candid, and introspective, Canadian four-piece Dizzy return with their eclectic sophomore album, The Sun and Her Scorch. Filled with gentle hums and buzzing vibrations, Dizzy’s newest rele…

Gracie Abrams (Shot by Vince Aung) 2

EP Review: Gracie Abrams // minor

Listening to Gracie Abrams’ debut, minor, is like reading a diary of her most personal and unfiltered thoughts. Each of the seven tracks turns a page, revealing something new and somber about the hear…

Under The Influence

Album Review: The Aces // Under My Influence

Utah natives The Aces are playing all their cards on their gritty and introspective second studio album, Under My Influence. When the quartet started gaining attention in 2017 for their summery indie…

fur hotel

FUR: “I just need to get out and play shows”

Creating feel-good, breezy tunes that are soaked in nostalgia, Brighton four-piece FUR has us swooning for their rosy 60’s-inspired sound.  Typically dressed in flares, tinted sunglasses, and Brixton…

Women In Music Part III

Album Review: HAIM // Women In Music Pt. III

The best things come in three: the HAIM sisters, their third studio album, and its trio of bonus tracks. The Southern-California-based trio oozes glossy surf-rock sunshine and has bottled up the feel…

Punisher

Album Review: Phoebe Bridgers // Punisher

If the state of the world hasn’t already alerted you that it’s officially going to be a Sad Girl Summer, Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher will have you staring at the ceiling, questioning the state of the wo…

Baby Queen

RIOT Introducing #011: Baby Queen

The Internet is a crazy, weird place that’s somehow magical and informative whilst also extremely damaging mental health-wise. But when you’re part of Gen Z, it’s basically part of your DNA. That’s wh…