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Album Review: Sharon Jones Reveals That The “Soul of A Woman” Is Eternal

Honest Question: Could Sharon Jones do any wrong? I had the privilege of seeing Sharon before she, unfortunately, lost her life to cancer. Yet, even in her “weakest form”, she had more energy and heart that most of us will ever gain. It is that inner, holier force that drives her last album with The… Continue reading Album Review: Sharon Jones Reveals That The “Soul of A Woman” Is Eternal

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Album Review: Greta Van Fleet Rise “From The Fires”

Greta Van Fleet is, literally, a 2017 reincarnation of Led Zeppelin, and I am living for it. Led Zeppelin is one of my favorite band, and have left a legacy that people only WISH they could achieve, but Greta Van Fleet just might. This Millennial batch has injected classic rock into their sonic veins to… Continue reading Album Review: Greta Van Fleet Rise “From The Fires”

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Album Review: Langhorne Slim’s “Lost At Last Vol 1” Makes Me Feel Found

Twain, Whitney, Angel Olsen, and now Langhorne Slim have released recent albums that strip back the synths and ass the acoustics. Their records carry a bare feeling that highlights their talent but also their perspectives on what it is to life life and discover its multiple meaning. Langhorne Slim’s Lost At Last Vol 1 is… Continue reading Album Review: Langhorne Slim’s “Lost At Last Vol 1” Makes Me Feel Found

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Album Review: Saents Self Titled EP Shows How We All Feel Like Sinners

I am convinced no saint died feeling like she or her was a saint. Frankly, saint seems like such a rich term/ feeling compared to the actual lives these divine human beings lived. Honestly, who really looks at the life of Joan of Arc to say, “Ugh, so jealous!”. Enters Saents self-titled EP, which crashes… Continue reading Album Review: Saents Self Titled EP Shows How We All Feel Like Sinners

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Album Review: Mexican Institute of Sound Returns With Disco Popular

Mexican Institute of Sound is about to release his newest album in four years, and you need to be prepared! Disco Popular is another notch into his portfolio of “bangers”, and their literal proof that talent is a universal language. M.I.S Disco Popular shows why he has become international in success, and acclaimed in influence… Continue reading Album Review: Mexican Institute of Sound Returns With Disco Popular

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Album Review: Angel Olsen Shows Life Goes Through “Phases”

Angel Olsen’s Phases is beautiful, intimate, and thus a telescope into your soul. Every human being goes through phases, but not every person can show the trials and triumphs of growing quite like Angel Olsen. While Phases is a compilation of Olsen’s rarities and music outtakes, it strings along like a fluid, fluorescent look into… Continue reading Album Review: Angel Olsen Shows Life Goes Through “Phases”

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Album Review: Dillon’s “Kind” Shows Music Is Art For The Beholder

Dillon’s Kind is absolutely strange, of which some will devour its brilliance while others will wonder where it is. Yet, it is in that divisiveness where art is born. Every painting speaks differently to its seer, which is why art is not only an expression of creativity but a revealer of perspective. Dillon’s Kind is… Continue reading Album Review: Dillon’s “Kind” Shows Music Is Art For The Beholder

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Album Review: Whitney Shed “Light Upon The Lake” With Demos

Whitney’s Light Upon The Lake: Demo Recordings feels like a grand homage to Gilbert O’ Sullivan’s “Alone Again Naturally”. If you have never heard that track it is a delightful bridge into the depths of solitude.(Yes, that is dramatic!) Yet, as you dip into rhythms like one would their feet into a lake, the rippled… Continue reading Album Review: Whitney Shed “Light Upon The Lake” With Demos

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Album Review: Animal Years “Far From Home” Leaves You Closer

When I hear Animal Years I just want to grab a swing and dive into a creek with a bunch of friends…. you know… the simple joys. In these dark days, we often struggle in our newfound acknowledgement of simple joys because we are seeing more “darkened persons” take them away. Animal Years’ Far From… Continue reading Album Review: Animal Years “Far From Home” Leaves You Closer

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Concert Review: The Rural Alberta Advantage Play To Hope At Bowery

In these times of needed quiet and humility, The Rural Alberta Advantage (RAA) rise to give you a show that redefines escapism. Personally, I am a ball of energy circling for stillness. I can run around like a chicken with its head cut off, yet, like this blog, I am dedicated to finding entertainment that… Continue reading Concert Review: The Rural Alberta Advantage Play To Hope At Bowery