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Concert Review: Judah & the Lion and Importance of Mental Health

Concert Review: Judah & the Lion and Importance of Mental Health

Morgan Bluma

September 16, 2019

  Featured image provided by Jacob Tracey. The Nashville, TN band, Judah & the Lion, put on an exceptional live show at the Anthem in DC Thursday night. The unique collective, who offer a mix of  folk, bluegrass, rock, hip-hop, and electric music in their sound came out on stage with...

Album Review: GARAGEB&

Album Review: GARAGEB&

Morgan Bluma, Web Staffer

April 22, 2019

The Neighbourhood’s front man, Jesse Rutherford, just released his second solo album titled “GARAGEB&” on April 12. The Neighbourhood is an alternative pop/ rock band that have always made some pretty exciting tunes. I have been a fan of them since I can remember to be honest. My very first...

Review: HVOB- Rocco

Review: HVOB- Rocco

Shannon Durazo

April 5, 2019

The mention of the “electro-pop” genre may garner a distinctive foul look from any Moroder or Kraftwerk purist, brought on by the troubling remembrance that hit-makers like Calvin Harris or worse—The Chainsmokers are considered members of the genre. Despite this assumption, the reality is modern...

Review: LIIly – I Can Fool Anybody in This Town EP

Review: LIIly – I Can Fool Anybody in This Town EP

Jalen Lesly

April 4, 2019

While I tend to categorically reject the notion that any extremely popular genre of music can ever really “die,” I do concede that for a while now, rock has been stuck between itself and a hard place. It would seem that the pop music zeitgeist has long since fallen out of line with rock sensibilities;...

Review: Better Oblivion Community Center

Review: Better Oblivion Community Center

Jacob Tracey

April 3, 2019

2018 shaped up to be the year of unexpected duos blowing critics and listeners minds alike! From Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper to Kanye West & Kid Cudi, great minds came together all last year to create beautiful and stunning albums. Continuing that trend into 2019, alternative and indie music have...

Review: ROIDZ – Fight Night

Review: ROIDZ – Fight Night

Gwyn Morgan

April 2, 2019

Following a two-year hiatus, New Zealand punk recording project Roidz returned to the music scene last month with their new album, FIGHT NIGHT. The album is a departure from their previous work in purpose and sound, combining gritty garage punk and dreamy indie pop to convey what songwriter Daniel Smith...

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