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Album Review: Cold Equations Soundtracks A Film Never- Made

Premise: Inspired by a 1954 science fiction short story by Tom Godwin, the film follows a worker drone on a distant planet who hunts down the corrupt officials responsible for the death of his little sister. The music is emotional, evocative, and riveting—the movie, however, is fake. Soundtracks can be the most vital part of… Continue reading Album Review: Cold Equations Soundtracks A Film Never- Made

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Album Review: Fruition Help You While Watching It All Fall Apart

You ever feel like like your best relationships, your closest friendships, and your once fulfilling career decided to hop in a car, and drive straight into an emotional dead-end? As they all crash, you watch shocked that the things that once made you so happy and fulfilled, now, either make you feel stress or numb.… Continue reading Album Review: Fruition Help You While Watching It All Fall Apart

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Album Review: Rhye Shows You The “Blood” of Seduction

Rhye has thrived on being alternative R&B. This genre, in general, is smooth and scintillates in passion, to which Rhye slows and simmers such passion into a highly attractive album, Blood. Yes, I know it sounds like I am hitting on a record, but in a world where music can be so overt in displaying… Continue reading Album Review: Rhye Shows You The “Blood” of Seduction

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Album Review: Anna Burch Asks You To “Quit The Curse”

Anna Burch’s Quit The Curse should really be called Quit Your Behavioral Patterns. Yes, that is an elaborate name ,but as Burch jumps or skirts her chords, her lyrics remain observant of her repetitive nature. We all have certain insecurities, thoughts, and reactions that we cannot seem to kick aside to revamp ourselves. Thus, Anna… Continue reading Album Review: Anna Burch Asks You To “Quit The Curse”

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Artist Close-Up: SYML Aims For The Simple Spirit In “In My Body”

Bon Iver and Father John Misty are known for their capacity to orchestrate emotion. From depression to love, they make music feel like a platform for their truths, and SYML does the same. With his new EP, In My Body, he reveals that you can’t hide your spirit. In a way, we all become discovered.… Continue reading Artist Close-Up: SYML Aims For The Simple Spirit In “In My Body”

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Artists of 2018: Sam Fischer Gives Music Purpose In Not A Hobby

Berklee trained and world domination aimed, I really like Sam Fishcher. His sound pulses with R&B grooves that could revive even the deadest of nights, which is why he seems destined for radio waves. With a prolific sound that he has been honing since child, Sam Fischer shows, in his new EP, music is “Not… Continue reading Artists of 2018: Sam Fischer Gives Music Purpose In Not A Hobby

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Concert Review: Typhoon Give Offerings To Music Hall of Williamsburg

It was Grammy weekend, and NYC sparkled with artists like, Typhoon, who proved music is as diverse with options as ever. The Oregon band filled out the stage, and brought Offerings to the MHOW crowd, of which we received with eagerness. Certain bands you go to for a good time, and others ones, like Typhoon,… Continue reading Concert Review: Typhoon Give Offerings To Music Hall of Williamsburg

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Album Review: The Time Is Now For Craig David

“EXCUSE YOU, CRAIG DAVID”, I said as I clutched my pearls in awe of David’s pure, sonic transformation. From my concert review, there is no denying that Craig David has embraced the nightlife. The man that once felt like a soundtrack to our day, is now the back-drop to our club outing in The Time… Continue reading Album Review: The Time Is Now For Craig David

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Album Review: Khruangbin Make You Feel “Como Todo El Mundo”

Khruangbin’s Como Todo El Mundo is beautiful. It is desert, latin rock perfection, which makes sense considering it is inspired by bassist Laura Lee’s Mexican roots. The album is an homage to the grandfather she adored, and feels like a starry ride with your pops. We all have had had those family road-trips. We revel… Continue reading Album Review: Khruangbin Make You Feel “Como Todo El Mundo”

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Album Review: Corey Gulkin Remembers All The Things I’ll Forget

Corey Gulkin has created an album that feel like a Where The Wild Things Are for love. All The Things I’ll Forget is magical in its approach of relationships’ loss of magic. You simply let Gulkin’s voice hush you while she sings to the many times love left you screaming. Gulkin’s voice feels like it… Continue reading Album Review: Corey Gulkin Remembers All The Things I’ll Forget