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Album Reviews

Radiochurch- ‘The Love EP’

Something about the cover of Radiochurch's 'The Love EP' caught me this morning. I was thumbing through my stack of albums to review and honestly was about to give up on finding something I was in the mood for. Although... Continue Reading →

Chris Castino- ‘Brazil’

Things are a little insane right now to say the least. Even though I'm still going into work every day (which I am so grateful for being that majority of my friends are out of the job-- my heart breaks... Continue Reading →

Ian Valor and the Vendettas- ‘All Right All Riot’

I've been seeing Ian Valor's name all over my social media accounts. It has me intrigued but sadly, due to an overwhelming concert schedule these days, I have yet to catch Ian Valor and the Vendettas live yet so I... Continue Reading →

Sigcell- ‘Pile Of Ghosts’

There's not much to the presentation of Sigcell's 'Pile of Ghosts'. Just a sleeve encasing a CD all wrapped up in a plastic wrapper (which my cat really enjoyed chewing on), there's not much to read or look at. The... Continue Reading →

Dan Israel- ‘Social Media Anxiety Disorder’

Dan Israel is one of those local names I have heard time and time again but never had a chance to check out so I was excited when his new album 'Social Media Anxiety Disorder' hit my stack of albums... Continue Reading →

When We Land- ‘Introvert’s Plight’

It's one of those classic, relaxing Saturday mornings for me. It's just after ten in the morning and I've already made a homemade quiche, got caught up on dishes, and have resorted to just sitting at my desk as I... Continue Reading →

Circus of the West- ‘Ring’

I was thumbing through my stack of albums sitting on my desk waiting to be reviewed this morning. I honestly didn't know what I was in the mood for. Did I want optimistic and light-hearted or did I want some... Continue Reading →

Trinity Test- ‘Trinity Test’

I've had Trinity Test's self titled album sitting on my desk for a couple of weeks now and have kept moving it to the bottom of my pile to review. Blame it on my insane festival season that is just... Continue Reading →

*Album Review* Tarah Who?- ’64 Women’

"We dedicate this EP to the 64 women who were at the immigration detention center in downtown LA on November 19, 2014 with Tarah G. Carpenter." That dedication written on the inside of the album mixed with the almost creepy... Continue Reading →

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