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Review: ‘Heart of Love’ by Phoebe Legere

If you’ve ever wondered what it would sound like if Woodstock took place in 1940s New Orleans, Heart of Love by Phoebe Legere might give you a good idea. Her latest album hit

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WATERS say thanks to their mistakes on new single “Hiccups”

Finding inspiration in the classic sound of the Pixies and Nirvana, WATERS make a solid impression with the first single from their upcoming album, Something More! The powerful chords of

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Review: ‘Hide Away’ by Taylor Jahn

In a surprisingly emotional and comprehensive EP, singer-songwriter Taylor Jahn will lull you into a sweet disposition with his smooth voice. Similar to Jack’s Mannequin or A Great Big World,

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Review: ‘Art + Work = Love’ by James Patrick Morgan

Fans of American Idol alumni Kris Allen and Nick Fradiani will find comfort in the pop-country style of James Patrick Morgan. The Georgia native claims his heart lies in the realm

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Xombie single review for ‘Might As Well’

NYC-based rapcore group, Xombie, formed back in 2010.  The members are comprised of Atom Crews/Adam Cruz (lead vocals), Roy Galvan (lead guitar), Robert Fishkin (lead guitar),  Mike “Cadillac” Martabano (bass)

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Pale Waves are here to help you dance the sadness away

Newly signed to Dirty Hit Records, indie-pop powerhouse Pale Waves debuted their first official single this week. The label is responsible for some of England’s finest musical gems such as

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GEA EP review ‘Pink’

GEA is Laura Avonius’ stage moniker and serves as a vehicle for the pop/experimental songstress to showcase her talents and establish herself as a rising indie musician hailing from Helsinki.

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Review of new Montfaucon album entitled ‘Renaissance’

Montfaucon showcases an interesting assortment of influences throughout the record. Montfaucon released their album, Renaissance, on Feb. 17. This death metal duo is comprised of Valentin Mayamsin and Michel Cadenzar.

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Christina Grimmie’s new single ‘Invisible’ commemorates her passing

Christina Grimmie passed away almost a year ago in June 2016, but it was her dream to be signed to a major record label. The crew that worked behind Grimmie

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‘I Am Not Your Negro’ soundtrack review

If you’re going to listen to the I Am Not Your Negro soundtrack expecting a typical soundtrack … don’t. Like the movie itself, which is a documentary focusing on James

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