Kyle Kohner

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“Boo Boo” | Toro Y Moi

Chaz Bear (fka Chaz Bundick) under the stage name Toro Y Moi, continues to endure the short-lived success of the chillwave phenomenon of the early 2010s with hi...

Five Essential Albums to Dream Pop

Dream pop is a genre that lives and dies by iridescent tones and lush textures. Vocals are usually drenched with reverb and deluged by wispy instrumentation, then produced with an elegance that deters between a slumbered and wakened state. With dream...
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Crack-Up | Fleet Foxes

While Fleet Foxes’ first two records branded listeners with hook-driven compilations of embers smoldering from campfire sing along jubilation, their latest rele...
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Ti Amo by Phoenix

Ever since the inauguration of the 21st century, frontman Thomas Mars and the French band Phoenix have made it a habit of devising collections of lustrous synth...
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Gone Now | Bleachers

Singer Songwriter and sought after producer Jack Antonoff appears to have finally reached personal fulfillment with his sophomore LP “Gone Now,”  the follow-up to his debut album “Strange Desire.”   When Antonoff unleashed his monumental ...
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Kyle Kohner

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Hello there, my name is Kyle Kohner from San Bernardino, Calif. and I am a current journalism student at Biola University. I am a self-proclaimed film buff and a music addict which translates into my passion for writing. I am a huge ‘90s rap aficionado who will argue Tupac is the greatest rapper of that era over the Notorious B.I.G. Aside from being a huge rap fan, I am an avid dream pop and new wave consumer and can be found listening to the likes of M83, The Cure and New Order.

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A message from the Editor/Founder of Amped Sound, Danielle

Hello everyone! I have an announcement to make that pains me greatly. Amped Sound will be taking a hiatus. Over the last 4 years, we have had a blast providing you content on your favorite bands, and being where you go to get your Warped Tour setlists. I never thought that Amped would grow to what it has, and that wouldn't have happened without the fans and our wonderful staff. This isn't an end for us, just a break to let us all breath and rebuild AS to what we want it to be. Any content that was already scheduled for the rest of the year will be posted as such. Thank you to everyone who has believed in us, and put for the effort to help make Amped Sound what it has become. We will see you soon. Subscribe below to be notified of future updates from us.