Entries by Brandon

The Millennial Club – “love is so hard!” // Kip Omolade

Visual art above by Kip Omolade [via] “love is so hard!” needs some peanut butter, because it’s a JAM. Tasty, dreamy R&B with vocals reminiscent of John Mayer and music backing it that is nothing like John Mayer — it’s definitely worth your ears for a listen if you’re looking to relax and slip into […]

The Burning Ear’s December 2017 Spotify Playlist

We’re still foggy from the holidays and not entirely sure what day it is. Is it Wednesday? Is it Saturday? Should I be wearing pants? But what we DO know is that December had a slew of especially amazing music. Make sure to revisit the capstone to 2017 by spending some time with our playlist […]

[PREMIERE] Young Mister – “Christmas, Come Early This Year” // Cristian Marianciuc

Visual art above by Cristian Marianciuc [via]Christmas, Come Early this Year by Young Mister Our dear favorite Young mister just made his own wish come true for all of us by delivering a Christmas gift early this year. “Christmas, Come Early This Year” is a beautiful and tender song about yearning for the holidays and […]

Shyla Buff – “An Indication” // Abkhazia Gagra

Visual art above by Abkhazia Gagra [via] Shyla Buff got vibes for days and days washing over me as I hit repeat with one hand and try to hold onto this kelp bush with the other. “An Indication” is the perfect jam for keeping a bit of sunshine going into these winter months. More please!

Julian Gray – “Navigate” // Brad Gray

Visual art above by Brad Gray [via] It takes a minute to lumber over to the fridge and crack my ice cold Crystal Pepsi, but once a few sips hit my lips, I’m ready to fly! Cranking “Navigate” makes me want to grab my hover-board and shred into the neon sunset with a fingerless glove […]

AViVA – “GRRRLS” // Bunnie Reiss

Visual art above by Bunnie Reiss [via] To say AViVA is gritty is a bit of an understatement.  By combining a blend of minor key melodies/bass lines with hard-hitting hip hop beats, vocals that are both gentle and fiery, and rebellious lyrics, GRRRLS becomes an anthem of empowerment.