Bar Pandora

Bar Pandora Q&A

Here at glamglare, we have been in love with the bright, sophisticated synth-pop by UK musician Charlie Tophill, aka Bar Pandora since her song “Vice Vice Vice” was released in the summer of 2022. There is an intriguing story behind the project, so we are very grateful that Charlie answered[…]

Dawn Cadence

Dawn Cadence – odyssey

Today, Vanessa Richardson, aka Dawn Cadence released her debut album odyssey. Her music demands attention: the skillful electronic tracks are sonic sculptures as much as pop songs and often leave you in astonishment after they fade. Fortunately, Vanessa is here to help and tell us some of the stories behind[…]

Enny Owl

Q&A with Enny Owl

The LA singer/songwriter Enny Owl released her new album Home in Humans, last Friday, and it became an instant favorite here at glamglare. Enny Owl shines with an innovative and unique music style combined with engaging storytelling. Listen to the album here and learn more about the artist in our[…]


Q&A with Atka

Today, the London-based singer/songwriter Atka, née Sarah Neumann, releases her debut record The Eye Against the Ashen Sky. Listen to the EP below and read on about the fascinating stories behind the music and the artist. Your debut EP The Eye Against the Ashen Sky was released today, but you[…]

Bunny X – Love Minus 80 [Album]

The sophomore album of New York’s Bunny X sees the duo perfecting their mesmerizing blend of Italo disco and 80s synth-pop. Released today, Love Minus 80 offers the pop-sensibilities and harmonies from ABBA’s Anni-Frid and Agneta and the softer yet darker side of electro-pop legends Depeche Mode. It’s an irresistible[…]

Savannah Conley

Savannah Conley Q&A

Come Friday, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Savannah Conley releases her debut album Playing the Part of You is Me. Here at glamglare, we’re already in love with the record: each song has a different vibe and shines a light on relationships from a different angle. Savannah was so kind to answer a[…]

Dead Leaf Echo – BOO [EP Premiere]

Brooklyn’s Dead Leaf Echo are a music/art collective that released their debut full-length album, Thought and Language, in 2013. Now, LG Galleon (vocals, guitar), Steve Schwadron (bass), and Kevin Kahawai (percussion, drums) are gearing up to release their third full-length album. But first, they dropped BOO, a five-track EP via[…]

Excited About: Ibeyi back on Stage in the U.S.

Ibeyi made a splash at SXSW 2015 on the heels of their self-titled debut album. The music of the French-Cuban twin duo was instantly mesmerizing yet difficult to put into a genre: Lisa-Kaindé Diaz plays the piano and sister Naomi traditional Cuban percussion, but they also threw in subtle electronics,[…]

What makes a great music festival?

In anticipation of The New Colossus Festival 2023 [First published in our weekly newsletter, February 13, 2023.] Certain key ingredients are needed to create an interesting music festival. It starts with an attractive city. Then, of course, isn’t it all about the performing artists? The music itself. You would want[…]


Meet Rainlights, NYC singer, songwriter and producer

“When My Phone Dies,” the first single of NYC musician Rachel Chevat, aka Rainlights, hits you by surprise with its thoughtful lyrics and intricate production. The follow-up, “Mazzy Star Reminds Me of You,” dazzles no less: with a few strokes, Rachel creates a rich sonic picture of summer carefreeness. Today,[…]