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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 »

Music Review: Lily Lambert – ‘So Far’

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'So Far’ is an album for listeners looking for inspiration and hope for the future, while acknowledging the current condition of the world. Read More »