HomeMusic (Page 4)

Music

After having a minor panic regarding getting both nothing and everything done, King Baby Duck welcomes Serenity Forge founder Zhenghua Yang as they talk about their upcoming video game Date Night Bowling! Hear all about its creation, the mini-games, and

The devil may know his name, but Julian Shah-Tayler's got a way around that! Under the guise of The Singularity, Shah-Tayler transcends with a blend of synthwave, post-rock, and gothic alternative to create a whirlwind of empowering sounds. His latest single

Wicked Anime may be going on a hiatus once more, but No Borders No Race is still chugging along. And speaking of things that chug along, King Baby Duck takes a look at the Cartoon Network/HBO MAX series Infinity Train,

With over 30 albums under his wing since 1993, Anton Barbeau has decided to take to the sky and write a double-album based on his hometown. The end result is Manbird, a psychedelic journey that's akin to a more melodic Residents

The summer's going by quickly, even if it feels like it's dragging more due to the lack of social stuff happening. But that's okay, as King Baby Duck looks at two pieces of entertainment that you can stream now on HBO

A Shoreline Dream's can be described as beautiful chaos. The Barnum, Colorado-based shoegazers craft the sounds of adventurous fantasies, where dragons reign in dark dungeons as heroes rise to the occasion to slay them! It's also surprisingly soothing, like the perfect

Everything goes back to normal in the NBNR realm, as King Baby Duck looks at both the new Justin Roiland series Solar Opposites and the anime Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! But our host brings forth a new segment that

‚ÄúJonny Polonsky is a true original. His music should be celebrated everywhere‚Ä̬†‚ÄstMark Lanegan With a sultry voice, Jonny Polonsky can hypnotize anyone who lends an ear. Perhaps it's because he's learned a thing or two working alongside Johnny Cash¬†or Neil Diamond,

King Baby Duck scrounged through his entire Japanese music collection to find the very best albums to come out in the last twenty years, and his journey reaches its end in the second half of his countdown! Who will lay claim

Even when the nightclubs are closed and the parties have been put on hold, Soft Set still find a way to get a danceable vibe going. The Toronto-based dreampop duo -- comprised of James Gray and Nathan Athay -- have teamed