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Theatre Review: Dreaming of Lions Is An Hour of Rigor

Of course, there was a natural excitement to see the contemporary dance stylings of Malpaso Dance Company in association with Joyce Theater. One of the leading dance troupes of Cuba, the nation has an aura of mystery and curiosity amongst Americans, especially now that the doors between our countries are more open. Hence, the night… Continue reading Theatre Review: Dreaming of Lions Is An Hour of Rigor

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Album Review: The Molochs “American Velvet Glory” Brings The Beat Generation To Millennials

Listening to America’s Velvet Glory is like reading Jack Kerouac’s On The Road. You are confronted with poetic verses on the emotions and characters you find while you are lost. Yet, being “lost” is not a bad thing to The Molochs but a natural way of being. No one know who they are, where they… Continue reading Album Review: The Molochs “American Velvet Glory” Brings The Beat Generation To Millennials

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Album Review: Austra’s “Future Politics” Is A Call For Social Empathy

Austra’s Future Politics brings an eerie sense of sophistication as she envisions a colder future that can only be combatted with the warmth of the human spirit. She intelligently uses synth pop to show that if we keep on acting like machines, we will fail to experience what is humanity, of which she shows through… Continue reading Album Review: Austra’s “Future Politics” Is A Call For Social Empathy

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Concert Review: Slow Hollows Play In Honesty At Bowery Ballroom

Last night, Slow Hollows played Bowery Ballroom, and gave a performance that could spark fan obsession. Lead Singer Austin Feinstein has the same curious appeal that has garnered cult followings for 1975 and LANY, whom have managed to build a fruitful and rising career out of fan love more than radio one. Now more than… Continue reading Concert Review: Slow Hollows Play In Honesty At Bowery Ballroom

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Song Review: Banks Is Far From A “Trainwreck” In New Song

Banks has long been hailed as a creative genius; distinguishing her pop sound through gothic sonics, strong fashions, and a lyrical honestly that pierces through her synthetic instrumentals. Her newest song “Trainwreck” is dark pop galore with sounds that mash in mystery and messiness. Love can get messy and make you do crazy things, but… Continue reading Song Review: Banks Is Far From A “Trainwreck” In New Song

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Album Review: Kid Koala Makes “Music To Draw To: Satellite”

Kid Koala is releasing a new record called Music To Draw To: Satellite. His third album features the amazingly talented,  Icelandic songstress Emilíana Terrine. Created during the gelid Montreal winter, its eighteen movements tell a tale of discovery and loss through the lens of lovers separated by an early, one-way mission to Mars. The album is… Continue reading Album Review: Kid Koala Makes “Music To Draw To: Satellite”

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Song Review: CocoRosie Will “Smoke Em’ Out” If Anyone Is Against Women

I have to say that these past few weeks have been oddly empowering. With the oncoming Trump Administration many have gone out of their way to proudly proclaim their support for Womanhood. It is odd to see light that you have never seen before come out at the same time as darkness that you have… Continue reading Song Review: CocoRosie Will “Smoke Em’ Out” If Anyone Is Against Women