Thomas Dunlap

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A collage of images taken from Loving’s music videos and photos taken during their performance.


An Interview with Jesse Henderson and David Parry of LOVING

By Thomas Dunlap & Caroline Janes Music Journalists In October of 2019, fellow music journalist and on-air DJ Caroline Janes and I traveled to Dallas, Texas to watch the Canadian band Loving perform live at The Foundry. Both Janes and I consider the band’s self-titled EP to be one of our favorite albums, so we were excited to finally hear these songs in person.  Loving is comprised of brothers Jesse […]

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Tilden stands before a red and black background. Handwritten text reads “Interview with BOYO.”


Interview with Robert Tilden of BOYO

By Thomas DunlapMusic Journalist Robert Tilden is a 23-year-old multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles, California. Under the moniker of BOYO, Tilden creates existential psychedelic-pop that is characterized by harrowing vocals, melodic chord progressions and weathered production. Releasing music at a breakneck pace, Tilden has put out a self-titled EP, a full-length album and a barrage of new singles in 2019. Tilden tours extensively, having supported acts such as Vansire and Hot […]

todayOctober 17, 2019 324

Several colored arches with handwritten text reading “Four Your Listening Pleasure.”


Four Your Listening Pleasure

By Thomas DunlapMusic Journalist Over the course of the past few months I have come across several distinguished tracks that have managed to stick with me. I have been unable to stop listening to them, and in certain cases I have played them over and over on repeat. This collection of catchy tunes would be far too lengthy to include in its entirety in an article, so I decided to […]

todayOctober 2, 2019 19

A man in brown coat and gray cap looking over his shoulder. Stylized text in the middle reads "Hector Gachan."


Talking with Hector Gachan

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Hector Gachan, currently based out of Sydney, Australia, is an upcoming bilingual musician who skillfully blends the genres of psychedelic pop and alternative rock to create a unique brand of DIY indie music. Having spent many years in both Sydney and Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gachan’s multicultural influences have permeated throughout his music. The style of Gachan’s music is difficult to specify, […]

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The cover of Martian Subculture’s EP Sleeping. A “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” blanket is pictured in a red filter. Stylized handwritten text reading “Martian Subculture” is in the foreground.


Martian Subculture

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Martian Subculture is the DIY project of Quin, Ireland’s own Evan O’Malley. Identified as “folk music from another planet,” the tunes of Martian Subculture are as familiar as they are foreign. Solidified by skeletal production and the heavy use of guitar pedals, the music is satisfying yet sinister. Taking the fundamentals of indie pop and adding an extraterrestrial touch of psychedelia, O’Malley has created what […]

todayFebruary 24, 2019 22

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Homeshake: Helium Album Review

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Artist: HomeshakeAlbum: HeliumRelease Date: February 15, 2019Label: Sinderlyn Released on Feb. 15, Helium is Canadian musician Peter Sagar’s fourth album. Under the name Homeshake, Sagar creates genre-bending music that is a romantic synthesis of smooth R&B and sharp indie-rock, all coated with a thick layer of satisfying synthesizers and pitch controlled vocals. Helium is the apogee of a gradual metamorphosis exhibited throughout Sagar’s discography. Beginning with the grounded and […]

todayFebruary 19, 2019 10

Cover of Lounge FM’s album Love Will Let You Down depicting stylized text of the band and album name. One open eye in pictured in the bottom right corner.


Lounge FM Love Will Let You Down Album Review and Interview

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Lounge FM’s chilled-out vibe emulates the cold environment of their hometown. Although the wintry vocals and icy instrumentation echo a snow-covered landscape, the grooves and energy of the music are hardly frigid, inspiring movements that are anything but frozen. Their sound, self-labeled as “Friday night bath music,” is an amenable amalgamation of laid back lounge-funk and relaxing indie-rock. In their […]

todayFebruary 8, 2019 92

The members of Reptaliens pose for a group photo under pale blue lights. The band is accompanied by one of their onstage creatures, this one wearing a plastic mask with red cheeks and abnormally long arms.


Reptaliens Rule Earth

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Reptaliens, the musical endeavor of husband-and-wife Cole and Bambi Browning, is an out-of-this-world band that composes beautiful and brooding bedroom-pop. Originating from Portland, Oregon the couple creates experimental and ethereal indie rock that is soaked with susurrous synthesizers and soft instrumentation. Introspective lyrics, influenced by science fiction and the occult, are hazily layered over cinematic soundscapes that inspire both awe and attraction. Their tracks are […]

todayNovember 30, 2018 44

Handwritten text reading “Mustard Service” is written over a faded-pink background.


A Night With Mustard Service

By Thomas Dunlap Music Journalist Mustard Service is a gang of young, jovial musicians making their way out of Miami. Comprised of five energetic twenty-somethings, the group creates zestful and vibrant indie-rock. The rhythm and lead guitars bounce around each other on every track, popping up with funky licks that immediately inspire the head and hips to sway side to side. The lively drum tracks are accompanied by bubbly and […]

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