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BARNS COURTNEY // “404” – ALBUM REVIEW

The English Rock Singer-Songwriter known for his Punk-Rock swagger Barns Courtney has released his subsequent studio album titled 404. Anyone familiar with the internet will instantly recognize the album title, as 404 is what you get when you encounter nothing online. On this record, he implements the term (AKA error pages) to explore feelings of […]

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BANKS // III – ALBUM REVIEW

BANKS the genre-blending singer-songwriter returns with her third LP aptly titled III. The record was produced by BANKS herself and BJ Burton, who worked with such artists as Bon Iver and Francis and The Lights (who is featured in a track on this record). III is a highly emotional record for not only BANKS herself […]

LEWIS CAPALDI // “Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent” – ALBUM REVIEW

Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent is the highly anticipated debut album from Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi. The album dropped today. It features the viral sensation “Bruises” and the mega hit “Someone You Love”. The album opens with full force on “Grace“. This track is the perfect opener and introduction for the record. The mid-tempo […]

REBECCA PIDGEON // “CIRCUS DELIRIUM” – EP REVIEW

Actress and GRAMMY® nominated Singer-Songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon has released a new three-song EP called “Circus Delirium”. The EP produced by Thomas Bartlett (St. Vincent, Sufjan Stevens, and Yoko Ono) is an enchanting set filled with emotion that is conveyed mostly through Rebecca’s often soft yet alluring vocals. On “Underwater Boys” the lyrics are as cheeky […]

HALEY REINHART // “LO-FI SOUL” – ALBUM REVIEW

Singer Haley Reinhart (and former American Idol alum) released her fourth album “Lo-Fi Soul” today. The soulful singer-songwriter brings together a unique perspective to this thirteen track collective. Haley’s jazzy and often smokey timbre is the highlight on “Lo-Fi Soul” as she runs through the in’s and outs of love and heartbreak. Something we all […]

THE JAPANESE HOUSE // “GOOD AT FALLING” – ALBUM REVIEW

English Indie Pop artist The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain) has released her debut album ‘Good at Falling” out today on Dirty Hit. The album is co-produced by her and The 1975′ George Daniel. Whose own band you can hear has been a major influence on her production but her sound as well. On ‘Good […]

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