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Music Review: When Summer’s Gone – ‘Knockout Mechanism’

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This is a strong album by a band trying to share the feelings of the first generation that does not expect to live better than the last. Read More »

Music Review: AUG – ‘Be Careful What You Wish For…’

AUG CD cover

Keeping the spirit of 1980s rock alive. Read More »

Music Review: Mangoseed – ‘Basquiat’

Basquiat CD Cover

Great instrumental skills combined with emotional vocals and a refreshing fusion of music genres come together in Mangoseed’s debut. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Good Sister’ by Jamie Kain

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Life after death and the nature of family bonds get touchingly explored in Kain's novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kids Gone Wild’ by Joel Best and Kathleen A. Bogle


An important read that will help remove obstacles to a healthy discussion about a sensitive topic. Read More »

Music Review: Ras Xix – ‘Ras Xix’

Ras Xix

Multi-talented Singaporian Ras Xix has put together a strong debut rock album with an array of sounds, including acoustic, Latin, electronica, and other elements. Read More »

Music Review: Monks of Mellonwah – ‘Turn The People’

Monks of Mellonwah

A new band that spans a few genres, bringing them together in a promising debut album. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Team Us’ by Ashleigh Slater

Team Us

A compilation of good advice you could get from a sometimes overly confident married friend over a cup of hot cocoa. Read More »

Music Review: Andrea Remondini – ‘Non Sequitur’

Non Sequitur

A fluid coming together of potentially clashing sounds that makes for a unique listening experience. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Honeymoon Hotel’ by Hester Browne

Honeymoon Hotel

A summertime read that will keep you thinking well until autumn. Read More »