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Music Review: Tomás Doncker Band – ‘Big Apple Blues’

Big Apple Blues

Fans of jazz and lovers of New York will probably enjoy the musical tour of New York that Tomás Doncker offers them on this album. Read More »

Music Review: Federico Parra – ‘Descending’

Federico Parra

Created as a tool for contemplation, Federico Parra’s offering is not for everyone. Read More »

Music Review: Boy + Kite – ‘Blueprint’ EP

Boy + Kite

Boy + Kite offers a great listen with its newly released, three-track EP. Read More »

Music Review: Manilow – ‘Cease and Desist’ EP

Manilow's 'Cease and Desist'

A well-executed EP, one that punk lovers should give a listen to. Read More »

Music Review: The Voices of Terror – ‘Rock-Rap Dynasty’

The Voices of Terror

‘Rock-Rap Dynasty’ is anything but terrifying - in a good way. Read More »

Book Review: ‘All the Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places

A captivating but unusual story about a young man and woman falling in love. Read More »

Music Review: The Society Islands – ‘The Big Sleep’

The Society Islands600 Cover

'The Big Sleep' guides listeners through an interesting auditory dream. Read More »

Music Review: Michael Cullen – ‘True Believer’

True Believer Cover

The nine tracks of 'True Believer' are built around Michael Cullen’s baritone to create an interesting listening experience. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Con – ‘I Choose You’ EP

Joe Con's 'I Choose You'

Joe Con puts together quite successfully hip-hop and folk in his newest EP, ‘I Choose You’. Read More »

Music Review: Everlost – ‘The Hardest Thing to Say’ EP

Everlost

'The Hardest Thing to Say’ showcases the potential that Everlost has to grow into a great pop punk band. Read More »