Mia Hughes

Hana Vu: contemplative indie-pop captures the disillusionment of young adulthood

Hana Vu spent much of her early adulthood displaced, hopping around Los Angeles and living under the shadow of a public storage facility. It's all documented on her charming debut

Liily: chaotic LA rock’n’roll for the internet generation

LA-based rockers Liily discuss their local scene and the importance shaking up rock tropes on their forthcoming debut album

PACKS: lo-fi slacker rock that confronts an unpredictable world

On their debut album 'Take The Cake', Canadian artist PACKS embraces her gnarly recording process to continuously rip things up and start again

Claud – ‘Super Monster’ review: a bedroom-pop coming-of-age saga

A vivid portrait of the giddiness and drama of love

Claud: meet the first artist signed to Phoebe Bridgers’ new label

After co-writing session in LA left Claud feeling "burnt out", the 21-year-old found inspiration in heading home to Chicago for their upcoming debut album

Bartees Strange: The Washington, D.C. artist bending genres to build his own uncompromising world

The artist's forthcoming debut album 'Live Forever' follows hot on the heels of his acclaimed EP of National covers

Great Grandpa: joyous emotional clarity and deep despair rules on their majestic second album

Seattleā€™s Great Grandpa was formed with simplicity in mind. Four years ago, while playing in a math rock band, guitarist and primary songwriter Pat...
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