Album Of The Week

Harry Styles – Fine Line By Tyler Mandell | Top Tracks: Adore You, She, Sunflower Vol. 6  I have a fascination with contemporary musicians who build a lot of their career around tributes and throwbacks, with one of the most popular examples right now being former boy-bander Harry Styles of One Direction fame. At this …

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Riot and the All-Encompassing-Humanity of Earl Sweatshirt By Matthewos Mesfin There seems to be a false notion that assumes that innovation in music occurs because after a while audiences get tired of industry pushing the same repackaged content. This is not true. Nothing gets the masses going like familiarity. Look back at all the times …

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Ramona – Kill Bill: The Rapper By Nick Horenberger | Top tracks: About Last Night & Summertime (The Overflow) Have you ever had a really good time hanging out with a friend? I’m not talking about just hanging out with your friend for a few hours, playing some video games, and then heading home. The …

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Monster Movie – Can By Tyler Mandell | Top Tracks: Father Cannot Yell & Outside My Door It’s hard to think of a more influential band that hasn’t gotten their fair dues than Can. They were one of the forerunners of the late 60s-early 70s German experimental rock scene which led to the development of …

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Album Of The Week

Loaded – The Velvet Underground By Tyler Mandell | Top tracks: Who Loves the Sun, Sweet Jane, Rock & Roll  “Loaded,” the final album by legendary art-rock band The Velvet Underground had that title because the record was to be “loaded” with hits. This would come across as insane to anyone who had listened to …

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