Noon Pacific // 189 Reviewed

Once a week at roughly 12pm Pacific Standard Time on Monday, a gentleman by the name of Clark Denison releases a mixtape of 10 carefully curated songs that are making big waves on his radar. This is Noon Pacific. Noon Pacific // 189 “Shouldn’t Have Done That” by Two Another — A slow fade in
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Alpha Blondy Feels A Little “Positive Energy”

Positive Energy is not just the title of Alpha Blondy & The Solar System‘s new album: It’s a way of life. Surrounding yourself with negativity will only lead to negative outcomes, and this latest release from the highly regarded West African reggae vocalist will fill your life with well needed positive energy. I must admit,
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Collapsing Scenery Drops Bomb with “Deep State”

By Ibn-Umar Abbasparker of Indie Band Guru What’s loud, noisy, and discordant? No, it’s not a broken car muffler. It’s “Deep State,” the latest single from experimental electronic band Collapsing Scenery. The track is a chaotic mixture of jarring electronic sounds, booming drumbeats, and aggressive, howling vocals. While it may not be the most euphonious
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Made Violent Continue Winning Streak

After forming just a couple years ago and dropping their debut EP in February, three-piece American rock band Made Violent has released a two-track bundle, “On My Own/Shadow” and kicked off a spring tour. The New York-based band, consisting of best friends Joe White, Rob Romano, and Justin Acee, has seen a steady rise in
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Adrian Daniel Examines Idiosyncrasies of Love

By Ibn-Umar Abbasparker of Indie Band Guru Relationships are a complicated topic with a wide multitude of facets. Brooklyn alt-soul musician Adrian Daniel seeks to explore all of them in his newly released debut album Disillusions. Every song on the album is a record of his past experiences with love, romance, and relationships. While everyone
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