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Cain Miller

Cain Miller is an aspiring writer who hopes to work his way up and gain notoriety for his material. Having written about film, television, music, and sports, Cain is always looking to gain as much experience as he can and continue to improve his writing abilities.

Album Review: Civil Youth – Conversations

Philadelphia trio Civil Youth have returned with their third LP Conversations, a record that mixes elements of rock, rap, and electronica to create a unique aura of musicianship. Civil Youth has already toured with big name acts like Twenty One Pilots, AWOLNATION, Phantogram, and Capital Cities, and their multi-genre presentation …

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Interview: In My Disguise

Ipswich hard rock quartet In My Disguise have broken into the music scene with a  bang thanks to their abrasive and energetic sound. In My Disguise combine elements of hard rock, classic rock, and metal to create a vintage rock aesthetic. The band has rapidly risen in popularity this past year, …

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Interview: Fame on Fire

Having already gained an extensive online following, alternative rock band Fame on Fire have announced the release of their debut EP, Transitions. Fame on Fire are widely known for their covers of famous pop songs, though Transitions will feature the band performing all original material. In our interview, the band discusses what the process …

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Album Review: Northlane – Mesmer

Australian metal band Northlane have returned with their surprise album Mesmer which continues to showcase their ever-evolving sound. Northlane’s first two albums, Discoveries and Singularity, were fairly straightforward metalcore projects but the band took a more progressive approach with their 2015 release, Node. Northlane have continued with these musical risks …

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EP Review: Tom Lumley – Dream City

In his debut EP Dream City, singer/songwriter Tom Lumley combines impressive guitar work and his distinct voice to create a project that will surely put him on the radar for many listeners. For this EP, Lumley has taken inspiration from older rock artists but has added his own flair and …

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Album Review: Lorna Shore – Flesh Coffin

New Jersey metal quartet Lorna Shore have returned with their sophomore LP Flesh Coffin. Lorna Shore are known for their unique combination of multiple metal genres ranging from death metal to metalcore. While in their own right paying tribute to these many metal genres, Lorna Shore have created their own …

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Album Review: Super Snake – Leap of Love

For their debut album Leap of Love, New Jersey hard rockers Super Snake have assembled a rhythmic ride that draws inspiration from many different genres. Super Snake are a talented group of musicians looking to incorporate several different facets of rock into one cohesive project. In Leap of Love, the band is certainly …

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