“Internet Bae” just dropped, and we have Eon MC Etc. and The Libra to thank for this *hilarious* yet sexy new single. What began merely as a comical concept morphed into a widely relatable, dance-worthy love song for our social-media-obsessed era. (Listen while you read + dream of your Instacrush.) This one goes out to all the starry-eyed screen gazers cooing over images of strangers. In this interview, you’ll learn: what inspired the surprise single; how Eon and The Libra approached “Internet Bae” in studio; why...

If you don’t know what it’s like to want to forget someone, you’ve either been especially fortunate in the dating world OR too guarded to fall hard enough to warrant such a feeling when it ends or, in some cases, never even begins. (And I’m kind of jealous of you.) Many of us reluctantly carry around what I tend to envision as a tightly-wrapped pouch containing a few deliciously horrible, hand-picked memories we sense we might be better off without. But what if we *could*...

My oldest niece is downright passionate about superheroes and the meaningful role they play in our society. (I’m not alluding to their decision to stalk the corrupt in dazzling, neck-to-ankle spandex—but I do count ANY inkling of body positivity as a win.)  “Superheroes,” Celeste coolly spouted on a recent, late-night call, “exist to call us to a greater purpose, to remind us of our inner strength and the necessity to stand up for those that are unheard, underrepresented, or oppressed—even when it might make us...

A friend told me years ago that love is born out of longing. At the time, I only grasped those words conceptually. (I’ve since experienced their torturous truth.) Have you ever longed for someone? TRULY longed for someone with an agonizing, unfulfilled yearning? If you have, you understand how someone’s absence can actually feel more powerful than their presence. (Maybe you’re missing a friend you secretly wished could be something more but never will? A should-be significant other separated only by distance? A relationship ripped...

I ceased listening to (the majority of) mainstream music when I grew bored of its lackluster lyrics and frustrated that an overabundance of songs sounded strangely…well, s i m i l a r. By embracing indie music and speaking with a number of emerging independent artists, I’ve come to learn that the greatest disparity between mainstream musicians and their indie peers (across multiple genres) isn’t necessarily a matter of talent but a matter of WHAT is being created. While many mainstream artists are molded to...