Black Lives Matter Austin: The Art of Protest

I’ve read time and time again that art is a reflection of humanity and our time. After 30 years on this planet I’ve realized...

All Black Lives Matter March in Los Angeles | June 14th, 2020

It was powerful.   My heart felt so full and so broken at the same time. But this is what needs to happen and...
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Our Favorite Quaran-Streams Getting Us Through COVID-19

With all the uncertainty in the world, especially in the music industry, a lot of fans, musicians, and tour folk are staring straight at...

Nick Hakim’s Sophmore Album is Relentlessly and Unapologetically Catharic [Album Review]

Nick Hakim’s Sophmore album, WILL THIS MAKE ME GOOD There’s been a lot of anticipation for this Brooklyn-based artist’s sophomore album. Nick...

8 Albums I’d Slept On Until Quarantine

I’m the worst at checking out new music. Usually it’s because there are albums I love enough to play them over and over, other...

Quarantine Sessions: Q&A with Niki FM

Day 65. The only thing that’s kept us from going stir-crazy aside from new cooking recipes and livestreams has been finding out about new...

Sofa Sessions Audio + Visual Livestream Fest | May 2nd – 3rd, 2020 [Interview]

In these unprecedented times, the absence of night life, social gatherings and live music are hitting the communities they’re built around heavily. In the...

Quarantine Sessions: Q&A with Cobrayama (Brooklyn, NY)

In 2016, Mike Iannotto began releasing music under Cobrayama, taking a step away from his previous involvement in Exmag by focusing on the solo...

Dear Future Day – A Letter Addressed to a Future Day…

Dear Future Day, A letter addressed to a future day… On April 7th 2020, John Prine died from complications of Covid-19. When I heard...

Quarantine Sessions: Q&A with He$h Hotel (Austin, TX)

He$h Hotel is a synth-wave producer out of Austin, TX. Performing around the live musical capital of the world, his DJ sets are meeting...