Singer-songwriter reveals how horror films, moving to America, and Edgar Allan Poe shaped her new album.
Chicago native turns to The Hold Steady and Protomartyr for creative sparks.
L’Orange shares the Origins of new song “Blame the Author” featuring Del the Funky Homosapien: Stream
Concept albums from MF DOOM and Deltron 3030 helped the hip-hop producer hone his storytelling talents.
Plus, the band explains the Origins of the smoldering duet.
Big Thief-approved Americana singer-songwriter talks about “martyrs of an ego-centric society.”
Kevin Devine teams with The Mynabirds for stripped down version of “No One Says You Have To”: Stream
Plus, the Brooklyn singer-songwriter shares the Origins of this reimagined version of the Instigator track.
Portland outfit takes a page from Tom Petty, Patti Smith, and novelist Robert Bolaño.
Consequence of Sound’s October Artist of the Month reveal the influences of their new single.
Melbourne natives turn to the city of Edinburgh, PartyNextDoor, and challenging tour life for inspiration.
From French-American electropop artist Sydney Wayser’s new EP, The Iron Age.
Paradise (members of Longview, PJ Harvey, Primal Scream) reveal Origins of debut single, “Goodbye 21st Century”: Stream
Guitarist Rob McVey and singer Sivert Høyem break down the inspiration for the lead single from their debut EP.
Plus, the Austin-based Thee Conductor shares the track’s Origins, including The Giving Tree and Jim O’Rourke.