Albums

Miriam Waks releases first project under name: Tales from a Room

Miriam Waks releases first project under name: Tales from a Room

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According to the artist, it is her first time she’s “presented a collection of original songs” under her name, calling it a “transition from song-interpreter to songwriter.”

Review: Swedish band The Blue Collar Army share dismal and dark new album ‘NORRLAND’

Review: Swedish band The Blue Collar Army share dismal and dark new album ‘NORRLAND’

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Based on what the artist description says, ‘After thirty years of bringing joy to the world as a professional Santa Claus, he figured that the world needs grief instead of joy.

Review: WestSide Gunn’s ‘Supreme Blientele’ is a modern take on what we liked so much about Northeastern Rap music

Review: WestSide Gunn’s ‘Supreme Blientele’ is a modern take on what we liked so much about Northeastern Rap music

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Stream the Buffalo, New York-native rapper’s brand new seventeen-track LP now.

Review: Pale Blue Band’s album, ‘Anatomy’, is a Classic Rock album that Bon Jovi fans can appreciate

Review: Pale Blue Band’s album, ‘Anatomy’, is a Classic Rock album that Bon Jovi fans can appreciate

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With the vocals to win and the execution and arrangement mirroring the quality of esteemed rockstars, Pale Blue Band share their new album, ‘Anatomy’.

Stream ‘Kids See Ghosts’, the new album by Kanye West and Kid Cudi

Stream ‘Kids See Ghosts’, the new album by Kanye West and Kid Cudi

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You can listen to the highly-anticipated featuring Pusha T, Mos Def and Ty Dolla $ign now.

James Adkins explores love and loss on ‘Brokedown Free Man Blues’ (Review)

James Adkins explores love and loss on ‘Brokedown Free Man Blues’ (Review)

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If the pickup truck on the cover of Findlay, Ohio-native James Adkins wasn’t enough to tell you that he’s a country boy, you’re hard to please.

Review: Chuckie Campbell’s album ‘Taking Back Tomorrow’ underwhelms

Review: Chuckie Campbell’s album ‘Taking Back Tomorrow’ underwhelms

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Nonetheless, the content is necessary.

Review: Wulijimuren’s new album ‘Sun of UTC+8’ is inspired by his hometown

Review: Wulijimuren’s new album ‘Sun of UTC+8’ is inspired by his hometown

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The twelve-track album emits a sexiness to each instrumental that Rod Stewart would become one with, or the one and only Sting.

Review: James Labrosse’s Orange Night, a fine representation of modern Flamenco-Jazz

Review: James Labrosse’s Orange Night, a fine representation of modern Flamenco-Jazz

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James Labrosse’s debut full-length is a handsome body of music that speaks to the tradition of Flamenco-Jazz.

Review: Metaspion reinvents self by blending Folk and EDM on new album

Review: Metaspion reinvents self by blending Folk and EDM on new album

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Overall, the album-Folktronika Schmolkfonika-is polished, concise in sound and well-executed. It doesn’t struggle to introduce a fresh take on the dichotomic genres.