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Album Review: Of Mice & Men – Cold World

Of Mice and Men’s fourth studio album, Cold World, is a welcome addition to the metalcore scene, and it is one of the most intensely personal and emotive albums I have listened to this decade. Vocalist Austin Carlile found inspiration for this record through his struggle with chronic illness, but …

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Album Review. Marlon Williams.

  An album start to finish with no skipworthy songs is hard to come by, even more so when it’s a debut record. But Marlon Williams self titled album is magnificent all the way through, dabbling in country, doo wop, folk, and alternative. Williams showcases with each track that he …

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EP Review. Vian Izak: Brink of Love

  September 2nd saw the debut release of Vian Izak’s EP Brink of Love which includes collaboration with such esteemed musicians as Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Eliza Ramgren. Starting off the three song record, “World of Trouble” blasts with an energetic euphoria of blazing instrumentations before Izak’s mellow voice bleeds …

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