At Made of Chalk we are always listening to and promoting great bands. Wartime Recitals has been generating awesome buzz in the Los Angeles area recently so we have decided to spotlight the group, share some of their fantastic indie pop tunes, and interview them.
With the release of their sophomore album, BRONCHO is quickly taking the music scene by storm. Their music is some of the most infectiously catchy tunes you will hear all year and should be your new favorite band!
In 2012 Chesapeake, Virginia’s The Last Bison seemingly rose from the marshes of southeastern Virginia to captivate the national music scene with a rare blend of music that NPR dubbed, “Classical influenced southern folk rock.”
I remember when Radiohead’s In Rainbows was released in October of 2007, but not in the way that you might think. I don’t distinctly remember where I was (probably in my college apartment) or what I was doing (aimlessly surfing
After the raw and heartbreaking 2011 album Loud Planes Fly Low, fans wondered when another record by The Rosebuds would be released or if this was their swan song. Having some time apart appeared to do wonders for the group as Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp decided to begin writing again and what came out of this reunion is the fantastic Sand + Silence.
A U R O R A marks Ben Frost’s cathartic 2014 release. This marks ten releases that Frost has created, blending minimalism, instrumental and experimental music. Frost is proving that he can submerge himself with this sound and rely on
In the debut of our new review feature, 'First Impressions', we take a listen to the third studio album from Lana Del Rey and experience a display of heartache, vulnerability, confidence and dangerous love.
Four excruciatingly long years after the release of their superb debut full-length, Start/Stop, Union Sound Set belatedly step out of the musical wilderness to release their follow-up and sophomore effort, To The Wolves.