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Album Review: Negro Swan by Blood Orange
Negro Swan is the fourth studio album by Dev Hynes under the moniker "Blood Orange." The...
Album Review: SSION’s O
Musician, songwriter, and interdisciplinary artist Cody Critcheloe aka SSION just released O, his third studio album,...
Ringos Desert Pt. 1 by ZHU: Album Review
World-famous DJ, producer, and artist, ZHU, just dropped a hot new EP, the first part of his...
Friday Fresh Finds by Female Artists
This year has seen so much incredible new music, but we often don't appreciate or recognize our female artists, across...
Album Review: KOD by J. Cole
Between doing his own production and having extremely successful albums with little...
Album Review: Awake by Alison Wonderland
Alison Wonderland, Australian DJ and producer, has been making waves in the electronic scene and traveling...
Album Review: My Dear Melancholy, by The Weeknd
Dripping with melancholy, drugs, and Echoes of Silence, The Weeknd is back with a...
Album Review: “Victory Lap” by Nipsey Hussle
Prior to this album, I had only known the name "Nipsey Hussle" as a West Coast hustler; someone who was...
MGMT: Little Dark Age Review
Little Dark Age is a cohesive blend of experimental synth-pop and psychedelia that has displayed MGMT’s evolving sound impeccably. Their...
Album Review: Saturation III
It's been a busy year for Texas native group, BROCKHAMPTON. In the span of one year...
Album Review: Virtual Self EP
Virtual Self, a new project taken on by Porter Robinson, is a "technic Utopia awakening" and...
Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon Album Review
It is quite odd for a major pop star like Chris Brown to release an album...
Jon Bap, “Yesterday’s Homily” Review
To keep it simple, Jon Bap's "Yesterday's Homily" is a modern jazz...
Local Concert Review: Sugar Candy Mountain
Sugar Candy Mountain is a psychedelic pop band based out of Oakland, California. The band is...
Album Review: Danny Watts’ “Black Boy Meets World”
8.0/10.0 Authors Recording Company's first signed artist, Danny Watts, has just released his debut album, Black Boy...
Album Review: Hard by The Neighbourhood
Back from a 2-year hiatus, the always black and white band came like a thief in...
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