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EP Review: U-N-T – Y. Ni. Te.

U-N-T (pronounced “unity”) is a Canadian progressive rock trio based in Toronto. Staying true to their name, vocalist/guitarist Michael Scotta Delorme, bassist Marc-L Porter and drummer Rick Smith aim to bring together even the broadest of musical crowds. Their sound rightfully contains a bit of what could suffice everyone’s liking …

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Album Review: Tonight Alive – Underworld

Katabasis, taken from the Ancient Greek κατάβασις (κατὰ “down” and βαίνω “go”), describes the descent of a mythological hero to the Underworld in search of information, understanding, or prophecy. Tonight Alive’s brand new album Underworld is vocalist Jenna McDougall’s own personal ‘katabasis:’ “The album is called Underworld, and I named …

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Album Review: Deuce – Invincible

After interviewing singer-songwriter/rapper Deuce, I decided to delve further into his follow-up solo album, Invincible. Three singles from the album, “Here I Come,” “Bitch This Is It,” and “World On Fire,” each exhibit a distinctive hybrid of hip-hop and rock. Alone, they continue the growth from Deuce’s previous efforts with …

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