Tag: indie pop
That Feeling You Can’t Contain: A Conversation with Twin Princess
With rippling synths, existential prose, and ringing siren-like vocals, the Philadelphia synth-pop/doom-country outfit Twin Princess has carved out a distinct niche for themselves in the indie world. Lead singer Pauli Mia’s ethereal, breathy voice wraps listeners in a spiritual embrace, the occasional breaks in her cotton candy-soft croons making for an exquisite build and release…
Grrrls in the Five Boroughs – Julia Klot Packs an Emotional Sucker Punch with “Boxing Gloves”
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with New York-based soul pop artist Julia Klot to discuss her current love of Sammy Rae and her recent shift in a new sonic direction for her upcoming EP.
Grrrls in the Five Boroughs – Debbie Dopamine on Taking The Venom with the Sweetness
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with Debbie Dopamine to discuss how the pandemic forced her reframe her priorities as a songwriter, throwing shows in her old apartment, and what the future has in store for the vibrant music community in Brooklyn.
8 Bands For You to Catch at SXSW So I Don’t Have To (But Wish I Could)
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents has compiled a list of the most exciting up-and-coming bands that for you to catch at SXSW.
Grrrls in the Five Boroughs – Slicing Through the Mediocrity of Modern Romance with rlyblonde
rlyblonde caught up with A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents to discuss coming into her own in her late twenties, the value of DIY artistic communities in NYC, mental health, and more.
Xondra Interview: Sounding Out with Izzy – Season 4 Ep. 6
For episode 4.6 of “Sounding Out with Izzy,” I am joined by Long Island-based indie pop singer-songwriter Xondra to discuss their latest project ‘Tedious & Brief,’ a concept EP and horror-musical short film that plunges into the underworld of surviving abuse and learning to shout your truth in a room full of hushed voices.
Laura Galindo on Staying Grounded and the Private Catharsis of Songwriting
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with the Bushwick singer-songwriter to discuss her love of theatre, staying emotionally rooted, and her childhood affection for Disney heartthrob pop.
pure xtc: Synthesizing the Urgency of Queer Desire
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with pure xtc to discuss the battle for authenticity, artistic integrity, and why she decided to leave New York behind and migrate to the Midwest.
When Sensitivity is an Act of Resistance: A Conversation with Puppy Angst
Catching up with Alyssa Milman of Puppy Angst to discuss their forthcoming album ‘Scorpio Season,’ and nurturing their sensitive qualities.
A Hardwired Language: Alexis Castrogiovanni on Her Debut EP, ‘Someday My Thoughts Will Be Like a Range of Mountains’
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents caught up with Alexis Castrogiovanni to discuss her debut EP, her preference for CDs over vinyl, and why Nina Simone is the most powerful titan in music.