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The Mighty One has the Torch of Rock and Roll

As a young music fan, getting your first record can be a life changing experience. For frontman of The Mighty One Tim Steinruck this was definitely the case.  After receiving his first KISS record Destroyer, a fire was lit inside Steinruck and he immediately aspired to be a rockstar.  Rock ‘n’ roll has been planting […]

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‘Woodpecker Crisis’ By Cody Lee Is Not For The Birds

Rock ‘n roller Cody Lee’s latest album, Woodpecker Crisis, is a nine-track album that pairs innovative soundscapes with impressive lyrics. The result is a unique style, a smooth listening experience, and an unforgettable album. In the ‘60s, Cody began his music career in true rock ‘n roll fashion when he dropped out of college to play […]

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ASCEND With Illenium’s New Album

During his period of coaching lacrosse and delivering food, the young Nicholas Miller suffered a heroin overdose. Supposedly, this epiphany led to his strict concentration on his music, enhancing his skill to craft the image he represents today. Miller, known by his musical pseudonym, is witnessing over seventeen million monthly Spotify listeners. Illenium is a […]

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Ann Marie is the ‘Pretty Psycho’

In the midst of a humid July, where all bake under the sun, nothing seems to be more erotic than a series of lustful melodies. Chicago Summers are spent near the beachside during the day and near the glossy cityscape at night. More freedom inspires more risks being taken. The sultry weather especially entices romantic […]

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Fawns of Love – Permanent

I had never heard of a genre called Dream Pop before I had listened to a band from Brooklyn called DIIV in my Senior year of high school. Their first album, Oshin, to be specific, intrigued me with its airy quality. It sounded as if Alternative music was tanning under the vibrant sun rays on […]

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Strick – See You When I Land

Any musician to land a connection with the Trap martyr, Young Thug, has unlocked their potential for musical infamy. Young Thug is one of the Trap artists who have opened their doors for students to study the music that reaches youth of nearly every personality. Strick is a student of Young Thug that has garnered […]

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Totally Mild Releases Lush Pop Album ‘Her’

Melbourne’s pop quartet Totally Mild released their sophomore album Her on February 23.   Comprised of lead singer Elizabeth Mitchell, guitarist Zachary Schneider, drummer Ashley Bundang, and bassist Lehmann Smith, Totally Mild’s cotton candy sound hides their deeper lyrical genius. Mitchell describes Her as “…a document of a woman struggling with the idea of potential. We […]

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Paperhaus Breaks Contemporary Barriers in New Album

If you’ve never heard of Paperhaus, it’s about time you get your daily dose. They are melancholy. They’re cheerful. They are guitar instrumentals representing moods that can’t be expressed through words. They’re dark, psychedelic rock. They’re political. They are open-minded. They’re intriguing. They are Paperhaus. Paperhaus Hits Hard In a society that many people are […]