LADYGUNN Premieres Upsahl's meaningful party anthem "Drugs".
Pop singer-songwriter Olivia O’Brien gets excruciatingly honest (and admits plastic surgery) in her open letter on self-love for LADYGUNN, in honor of her new single, “Love Myself.”
LADYGUNN talks with The Britanys about their latest video and using their music to explore the virtual world.
From her hometown of Toronto to her current residence in Los Angeles, Daniella Watters – who creates music through her electro alt-pop project X. ARI - lives a life of both balance and contrast. This can be seen in her latest release, "Break Point," which combines airy, electro-pop vocals in the chorus and industrial, edgy guitars in the verses.
Singer, actress and all-around renaissance girl Brittany Campbell premieres her Great Gatsby vibed video for "Mean".
LADYGUNN premieres the music video for Lauren Ruth Ward's "Valhalla". A place where she has arrived free to be herself and turn gender roles on thier head in a bold artistic way.
LADYGUNN chats with pop sensation and ex-Nickelodeon star Kira Kosarin about her new single, the pressure to prove herself, and her plans for the future.
photos / Allister Ann story / Chloe Robinson A heartfelt love song captivating listens with its effortless silky sound, C. Shirock has released his new video for his single “Stand…
LADYGUNN talks with REL about her latest release 'Nanagrams' and her struggles with body dysmorphia
LADYGUNN speaks with LADYGUNN NO. 17 cover star Lauren Jauregui about her journey as an artist and the reclamation of her power, her narrative, her voice.
LADYGUNN premieres Lila Drew's video for her breezy track "november." Marking fellow up-and-coming teen artist Manon Macasaet's directorial debut, "november" is an anthem for the forlorn days of in-betweenness that happen at every stage in life.
Los Angeles duo KidEyes have been through a lot — considering both members were previously in successful bands but had both left for various reasons. Guitarist Ben Epand and Vocalist Greg Cahn were looking for a way to collaborate and make music anew in a different capacity — and once they met each other, they knew they’d found a new musical home.