Joy Oladokun – Carry (Album Review)

Bryan Montesano, 06.13.16 @ 9:06pm EDT
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“I write to process and to heal, and I sing to help others do the same”. Joy Oladokun is a LA-based singer/songwriter who from a young age realized that music was the...

JC Villafan – America’s For Dreamers (Album Preview/Review)

Bryan Montesano, 05.13.16 @ 5:51pm EDT
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JC Villafan may not be a name you’re familiar with currently, but one you’ll surely be hearing from soon and if you’re like me, you’ll be a fan in no time....

March Albums of the Month

March Albums of the Month

Braden Young, 04.13.16 @ 12:00pm EDT
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Honourable Mentions Bas – Too High To Riot Jazz Rap / Conscious Hip-hop Favorite Tracks: Housewives, Night Job (feat. J. Cole) Nyck Caution – Disguise The Limit New York Hip-hop / Boom...

Hot Rumour – MMXVI (EP)

Kaitlin Ruether, 04.08.16 @ 8:23pm EDT
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For a band formed only in December of 2015, Hot Rumour have developed a distinct and creative sound. With the pop sensibilities of The Killers and the dark undertones of Muse, this...

February Albums of the Month

February Albums of the Month

Braden Young, 03.07.16 @ 12:30pm EDT
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FEBRUARY SONGS OF THE MONTH Honorable Mentions: Porches – Pool Synth Pop Favorite Tracks: Underwater, Mood, Even The Shadow, Glow, Car, Shape, Security Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – This Unruly Mess I’ve Made...

Anderson .Paak – Malibu [Review]

Anderson .Paak – Malibu [Review]

Natalie Barman, 01.19.16 @ 2:35pm EDT
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Historically, R&B pays less attention to lyrics than rap music. If a singer has a great voice, that’s enough to earn him or her kudos as an R&B artist. Many R&B singers...

Raury – “All We Need” Album Review

Raury – “All We Need” Album Review

Rachel Wallace, 11.05.15 @ 2:00pm EDT
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‘All We Need’ is the first official album from Raury, a kid from Georgia who encompasses everything positive about his (our?) generation. This album fluctuates between being a Woodstock-era folk...

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