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Six Mile Grove- ‘Million Birds’

It's a stormy Sunday night up here in Minneapolis. I should be cleaning and getting ready for the week but I was in the need for a soundtrack for the rest of my night so I reached into my box... Continue Reading →

Silent Age- ‘Display’

Okay, I'm late to the party when it comes to Silent Age's debut album "Display" but, like I always say, better late than never. Thanks to a new connection with the people behind Play Alone Records, this album hit my... Continue Reading →

Twin Lakes- ‘In The Valley’

Sometimes being a little bit behind on my stack of CD's is almost comforting. Certain albums can hit you in certain ways and sometimes your gut will tell you when to listen to something just by looking at it whether... Continue Reading →

Brass & Bodyworks- ‘The Bathhouse EP’

Although not having shows to go to has my mental health at an all time low, the influx of albums sitting on my desk and sitting in my queue online has me optimistic about the future of the music industry.... Continue Reading →

Ben Noble- ‘Where The Light Comes In’

It was over a year ago that I caught Ben Noble at The Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis (you can read my ramblings on that show HERE!) and I remember the sense of calm he was able to bring over... Continue Reading →

Gambler’s Daughter- ‘Serotinous Skin’

Welp, I've perfected making homemade tofu curry.  The homemade cherry pie could use some work but the Funfetti cupcakes I've been making on an almost weekly basis help me cope with the disappointment that has been my cherry pies.  What... Continue Reading →

JØUR- ‘Chiaroscuro’

The days are getting longer and I'm getting more restless.  Weekdays are easier due to working for an "essential company" which aids in me keeping with some sort of schedule with getting up and going to work but the weekends... Continue Reading →

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 →

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