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Music Review: Paul Maged – ‘Diamonds and Demons’

DIAMONDS & DEMONS ALBUM COVER PAUL MAGED

Paul Maged explores important social concepts in this 17-track album. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bossypants’ by Tina Fey

bossy

A witty, humorous take on Tina Fey by Tina Fey. Read More »

Music Review: The Oxford Coma – ‘Morphine’ EP

The Oxford Coma

The Oxford Coma have put together a six-song EP about grief, loss, death, and other deeply personal experiences. Read More »

Music Review: Unfathomed of Abyss – ‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’

Unfathomed of Abyss

‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’ is the fruit of talent and perseverance. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ghost Heart’ by Ripley Patton

Ghost Heart

A slower paced but just as good third installment of the PSS Chronicles. Read More »

Music Review: Dimestore Prophets – ‘Be Yourself’ EP

Be Yourself Cover

‘Be Yourself’ is a feel good EP that soft rock lovers might enjoy. Read More »

Music Review: Cold Blue Water – ‘Cold Blue Water’ EP

Cold Blue Water Performing

If you are in need of tracks to create a relaxed yet energetic environment, you might find something here. Read More »

Music Review: Nate Paladino – ‘Good Boy’ EP

'Good Boy'

‘Good Boy’ reflects talented instrumentation and melody writing. Read More »

Music Review: The Great Escape – ‘The Great Escape’

The Great Escape

Older sounds mix with new ones in this debut, self-titled EP. Read More »

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 »