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Music Review: Opium Denn – ‘Demarkation’

Opium Denn 'Demarkation'

‘Demarkation’ makes for a good listen based on strong production values. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Now That’s What I Call Halloween’

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This eclectic collection has something for every Halloween occasion. Read More »

Music Review: Myriam Alter – ‘Cross/Ways’

Alter Crossways

'Cross/Ways' is an album filled with melodic warmth and cultural diversity—music to capture your attention. Read More »

Music Review: Jack the Radio – ‘Badlands’

Jack the Radio 'Badlands'

A little bit of many genres, styles, and even decades comes together in 'Badlands', tied together by a strong pop country flavour. Read More »

Music Review: Sports – ‘All of Something’

Sports - All of Something Cover

Ohio-based basement rock quintet Sports releases its second and probably last album 'All of Something' as a sort of time capsule for lead songwriter and vocalist Carmen Perry's experience and view on relationships. Read More »

Music Review: Lara St. John – ‘Shiksa’

lara st john shiksa

Violinist Lara St. John and pianist Matt Herskowitz present new and scarily inventive arrangements of traditional tunes from Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the Middle East, many with Jewish roots. Read More »

Finish Ticket Discusses New EP And “Surreal” Tour with Twenty One Pilots


Finish Ticket on touring with Twenty One Pilots: “It’s just been unreal." Read More »

Music Review: Clutch – ‘Psychic Warfare’

Clutch - Psychic Warfare

Just two short years after recording one of the best albums of 2013 (and of their career), the almighty Maryland hard rockers are back with more hard-hitting tracks to rock out to. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders – ‘Go By Myself’

Billy Roberts and the Rough Riders "Go By Myself"

Eerie, yet universal, 'Go By Myself' is bound to make listeners question the way they live this supposed “modern” life. Read More »

Music Review: Lars Møller – ‘ReWrite of Spring’


'ReWrite of Spring' follows in the footsteps of those many large-scale jazz pieces that have moved jazz out of the barroom and into the concert hall. Read More »