Tag: album review

Tell All Your Friends About Friend Of A Friend’s New Album, ‘In Arms’

You know when you meet someone and it makes complete sense why the universe threw them your way? That’s what happened when a mutual friend connected Claire Molek and Jason Savsani, who now perform together as the aptly-named Friend of a Friend. Their musical chemistry and bond shines through on their latest project, the explorative…

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burwell Offers Delicate Hope and Warm Comfort After Loss With New EP ‘boxes’

The past few years have been unlike anything we’ve ever experienced before, especially for those who have lost loved ones during the pandemic. The astonishing singer-songwriter burwell lost her mother in March 2020, and in the years since, she’s been turning her pain into the beautiful EP boxes: an exploration of grief and some of…

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Geneviève Racette Offers Her Most Impressive Work To Date With ‘Satellite’

Geneviève Racette gets more in touch with her vulnerable side than ever on her beautiful new album Satellite, a 9-track exploration of love, heartache, and growth through the hardest moments of life. The Canadian singer-songwriter, who sings in both English and French, explores her emotions like never before on the project, pouring her heart into…

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NandoInTheBando Should Be Your Go-To Artist When You Feel Like A ‘Nuisance!’

Ever feel like going back to the 90s and spending a sunny California beach day with friends? Throwing your favorite cassette into your car radio and coasting with the windows down? NandoInTheBando sets the perfect vibe with his debut album, Nuisance!, a seven-track exploration of the human experience, loneliness, and separation in a world that’s…

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Molly Moore is Anything But “Shy” on Her Vulnerably Flourishing EP ‘Escapism’

Molly Moore finds new ways to be both authentic and innovative on her fresh EP Escapism, a four-song journey exploring humanity, romance, confidence, and insecurity like nothing you’ve ever heard before. She spins traditional pop on its head to create a unique sound that will draw you right into an alluring wonderland of both mystical…

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Blood Hot – Review

There’s an underrated psychedelic singer-songwriter who’s frequently collaborated with the great Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre fame worthy of recognition, and that is Tess Parks. Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, Parks has combined folk, rock, and shoegaze into a perfect blend. The result is her debut album, Blood Hot. The title is appropriate,…

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Create Sleek Punk on New Album ‘Sticky’

It’s often difficult to make a high-octane, angsty record sound sonically cohesive and put-together, but British rockers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes make it seem effortless on their fourth studio album, Sticky. Tackling sticky situations like the aftermath of COVID-19 lockdowns, failed romances, and society’s patriarchal standards, the band airs their grievances and showcases their…

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You’ll Be ‘Crazy in Love’ With ITZY’s Debut Full-Length Album

Five-piece girl group ITZY proved long ago that they’re K-Pop titans, but their debut album Crazy in Love takes them even further, showing off their strong vocals, playful raps, and ability to tackle several genres and concepts. Their previous release, a triumphant EP called Guess Who, broke the Billboard 200 earlier this year, making Crazy…

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Noah Singer tells the tale of his Journey of Growth on new album Journey

Singer and Songwriter Noah Singer becomes an open book on his debut album, “Journey.” The album is an eight-track R&B project, where Noah talks about his love life, personal growth from his shortcomings, and many more things. Noah’s project is for people going through a break-up, looking for self-confidence, or people just needing to be…

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Phora Helps others with their mental health after stabilizing himself on ‘With Love 2’

We live in a world where vulnerability can be somebody’s greatest strength and also their greatest weakness. This saying holds for music artists as their best music usually comes from them speaking on personal problems that make them seem human. Music artists are, idolized, some people see them as perfect figures, but Phora wants you…

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The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo by Mr. Bungle Review: A Welcome Re-Recording

The experimental rock legends Mr. Bungle are back after over 20 years with a re-recording of their 1986 demo The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny. It may come as a disappointment for some fans that this is a straight thrash metal record, as opposed to the bands usual experimental and musically eclectic material. But fear not,…

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