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Album Review: VA – Music For Everyone

Music For Everyone is an American Civil Liberties Union-sponsored project that could not be more relevant today. With comprisal input by John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday, Collective Confusion Records, as well as the Sub City non-profit, this compilation is full of unreleased—and all the more timely—material to stress personable …

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Music Video: Conscious – Intentions Pt. 1

Under the stage name Conscious, New York rapper-singer Brett Prusinski has earned quite a viral following online. Backed by Heady’s instrumentals, Prusinski’s melodic delivery and thematic understanding prove a sensible complement. With his recently debuted music video, “Intentions Pt. 1”, a further extent of his creativity has surely come to …

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Chandler Juliet returns with new single and music video, “Don’t Miss You”

Award-winning singer-songwriter Chandler Juliet is back with a follow-up single entitled “Don’t Miss You”. Juliet’s single dropped on iTunes Thursday, August 18. The song has a slightly more rock-oriented sound while maintaining the pop sensibilities of her earlier material. It was co-written by Dean Dinning of Toad the Wet Sprocket, …

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EP Review: Bleeker – S/T

Toronto, Ontario has quite a history of breeding bands that keep to their values amidst success. For alternative quartet Bleeker (formerly Bleeker Ridge), the pursuit of music is a joyride—a consistent streak of high times, monster performances, and artistic progression that isn’t bound to end anytime soon. Regarding their career …

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Album Review: Vaudeville Etiquette – Aura Vista Motel (Out May 6)

Vaudeville Etiquette puts a refreshingly Northwestern spin on rock and roll, offering something beyond its contemporary strum-by-numbers permutation. The self-described psych-folk/americana quintet’s home atmosphere of Seattle, Washington has indeed worked in their favor. While the city has long garnered an unusual reputation for its lack of proximity, its rain tendencies …

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An Interview with Matt Fazzi of Rare Futures: “Love is a multi-layered beast that, depending on what perspective you are looking from, can be very different from one person to the next.”

For over a decade, multi-instrumentalist Matt Fazzi has made the most of channeling his assets into numerous projects. Whether you’d prefer his tenures in the prog-influenced Facing New York, the underappreciated New Again album of Taking Back Sunday, or the introspective Happy Body Slow Brain, Fazzi has given every opportunity …

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EP Review: Dear Adamus – Afterlight

Some days of light rain are marred by off-green skies and murky air–tell-tale signs of an unpleasant storm on the horizon, which sometimes amplifies states of heartbreak, confusion, and general distress. However, other days may prove quite healing in low times; their sole activity consists of that gentle drizzle pattering …

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