Feel free to strengthen your mental defenses today with help from the latest dose of We Are: The Guard's Top Chill Songs. Featuring boylife, Kygo & Haux, No Rome, and more, this playlist has something for everyone.
Summer is coming and this feeling you’ve got inside is only going to get more intense. Maybe now is the time to consider the *stuck* in Sébastien Tellier’s (...)
Quarantine, an oncoming heat wave, the death of George Floyd at the hands of police brutality, protesting (peacefully and otherwise) across the nation, Zoom Graduations.Things have (...)
Go ahead and read my Best New Artist post from February if after hearing this updated “stupid horse” Remix featuring GFOTY & Count Baldor something has awoken inside of you. The remix (...)
“Despite All Crazy” is the ultimate love letter you can ever write to yourself. Indie songstress Paria opens up about that extra someone we all live with, you know, the one that lurks inside us (...)
We Are: The Guard dedicates this week's edition of 10 Twitter Moments to the many allies and activists in the music industry who have taken to social media to speak out over the last (...)
Future pop singer/songwriter Deborah's Child orchestrates laser harps and bubbling whirlpools as a trellis to weave her story of an unhealthy love affair on "Chokin".
Check out this week's edition of We Are: The Guard's Best Indie Songs, featuring BYSTS, Bright Eyes, 100 gecs, and more. Introducing BYSTS, the mysterious Los Angeles duo who are beckoning us into the deep end on (...)
I'm sadder. I'm badder. I'm cooler. YEAH! BRB, getting this as a tramp stamp, ad verbum. Swedish songstress Tove Lo delivers the breakup banger of the GODDAMN (...)
Anson Seabra dissects a special kind of loneliness on the hushed "Somewhere In Ann Arbor." Nocturnal cityscapes have their own special kind of emptiness. Silent streets (...)
Born in Florida and raised in the UK, DWY is one to look out for. By melding modern sensibilities with throwback R&B elements, he has skillfully crafted his own unique sound. DWY grew (...)