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Rachel Freitas

retro music enthusiast. Dreamer. Kind of odd. Writer

Interview: George Morris

George Morris, who was the lead singer in the band The Satin Peaches, is branching out on his on with his self titled solo record. His music has been compared to David Bowie and The Beatles and is one of the most talked about artists in Detroit. I recently got a …

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Interview: Deaf Poets

Based out of Miami Florida, alternative garage band Deaf Poets have hit many milestones in their career including touring with Mac DeMarco, getting noticed by Tony Hawk, and being named one of the “20 most influential people in Miami” in 2015. The band has just released their new single “Celestine” in preparation …

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Album Review: PJKTS

  PJKTS, otherwise known as Paper Jackets, will release their self titled album on February 10th. Comprised of 14 different tracks, listeners will go on a musical journey that is mostly consistent and full of songs that have its finger on the pulse on what is trendy in today’s top …

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EP Review. Natalie Lain

  Natalie Lain’s self titled debut EP dropped earlier this month and it’s a great showcase of the talent Lain has and an indication of her future in the very competitive music world. “Murder is Forever” is a dark tune that starts off with angelic ethereal oooh’s that set up …

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Album Review. Dot Hacker: N 3

  Dot Hacker’s nine track album N 3 will be released near the end of the month, January 20th to be exact. The band, led by frontman Josh Klinghoffer, serves up a cohesive buffet of songs that bleed into one another with ease. And while that quality sometimes detracts from …

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