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Dianna Agron's You Me and Charlie - Artist To Watch: Hugo Hans
Lauren Powell
February 17th, 2014

Artist To Watch: Hugo Hans

From start to finish, beginning to end, intro to coda – Hugo Hans’ debut album “Beginners” will have you hooked on every note, lyric, and beat. A self taught musician, Hans brings together sounds that transport you to another time and distant memory. Read More


Phantogram – “Fall In Love” [video]

Dianna Agron's You Me and Charlie - Phantogram
Melody Darlene February 12th, 2014

New York synth pop duo, Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, make up my latest obsession… Phantogram. Watch the video for “Fall In Love,” the first single off Voices (2/18), their first full length album since 2010. The track’s beat is ridiculously addicting and Barthel’s voice equally soothing, “Fall In Love” will leave you falling in love with Phantogram. Read More


Artist To Watch: Wild Cub

Vanessa Corral February 11th, 2014

Wild Cub is a band of five hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. With music full of pop electro sounds with instances of cinematic and 80’s flair, these guys are like a delicious piece of cake after which you feel absolutely no remorse for having overindulged. Read More


The Newest From Volcano Choir

Dianna Agron's You Me and Charlie - Volcano Choir
Dale Arden Chong January 31st, 2014

I absolutely love Volcano Choir. It feels like a more upbeat version of Bon Iver—after all it’s from the same person: frontman Justin Vernon. Volcano Choir has been a longtime side project of Vernon’s, but it has recently become his main focus. Read More


POLIÇA – “I Need $” [video]

Dianna Agron's You Me and Charlie - Polica - "I Need $" // "So Leave"
Melody Darlene January 28th, 2014

Poliça’s music never disappoints. Their latest video for “I Need $” (spoken as I Need Money), stars front-woman Channy Leaneagh as a daydreaming hotel chambermaid. Leaneagh describes the theme of the song as, “Chasing and wasting for our own desires, we love what we need until the need grows tired.” Read More