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Music Review: Clocks and Clouds – “Aliantha” (Single)

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Clocks and Clouds' latest single would be the perfect soundtrack to the flight of a determined damsel in distress in a dark forest. Read More »

Music Review: The Healing – ‘Childhood Home’ EP

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In this, their debut EP, The Healing bring together five songs that convey the nostalgia of one's childhood home. Read More »

Music Review: Latimer House – ‘All the Rage’

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While Latimer House doesn't go into new territory, 'All the Rage' is worth a listen for the messages it conveys. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Your Band is a Virus!’ by James Moore

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Being an independent artist should be like running a business; James Moore explains why and how in this expanded must-read. Read More »

Music Review: Heylel – ‘Nebulae’


'Nebulae' is an exploration of the concept of birth, life, and death through the metaphor of a star's life cycle that incorporates a lot of contrasting sounds, creating an interesting listening experience. Read More »

Music Review: Keith Alan Mitchell – ‘This Clumsy World’

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'This Clumsy World' is anything but clumsy. Read More »

Music Review: Juliette Jules – ‘Black Crow’

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The nuances and texture of her vocals make it hard to believe that Juliette Jules is only 16 years old. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Frisch – ‘Goodbye Birdcage’


Eric Frisch's 'Goodbye Birdcage' is a nostalgic yet upbeat throwback to the 1950s and the 1960s. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them’ by Tina Gilbertson

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Gilbertson takes readers on a journey through their negative emotions Read More »

Music Review: The Danny Petroni Blue Project – ‘The Blue Project’

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Born out of the Superstorm Sandy in 2012, The Danny Petroni Blue Project brings together a group of talented artists. Read More »