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    So Much Light, A Chat with Damien Verrett

    Written by Colin Kirkland Damien Verrett no longer wants to be known as just a guitarist. Having just released his debut record entitled, “Oh, Yuck,” under the moniker, So Much Light, Verrett is utilizing computer programming to expand the realms of pop music with carefully layered compositions. This project...
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    The Night Thief: Sonic Remedies with Bradley Register

    Written by Colin Kirkland “Snakes are in the kitchen / A devil in the yard” – a sun-lit galley somewhere in the South: a fifties house-wife stands still washing dishes at the sink, staring out of the open window. A subtle breeze blows by causing the linen curtains to...
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    REVIEW: The Royal They – Post-Punk Delirium

    Brooklyn-based underground threesome, The Royal They, just released their debut full-length album under King Pizza Records. The self-titled record is a brilliant emotional wreck: a cutting, confrontational, and connected collection with fast-paced mood swings and refreshing hooks. Tapped into what sounds like Nirvana B-sides, The Pixies’ stop-start style, and...
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    Julia Jacklin – Don’t Let The Kids Win

    “I’ve got a feeling that this won’t ever change / We’re gonna keep on getting older / It’s gonna keep on feeling strange.” This may be one of the most powerful and succinct lyrics we have heard all year. Taking on life and death through a calm and haunting...
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    Review: Bloodboy – Best of Bloodboy

    The first thing that struck me about Lexie Papilion’s LA-based band, Bloodboy, was the name. Before listening to “Fuck Yourself,” the first track off their recently released debut EP, The Best of Bloodboy, I was picturing Ozzy Osbourne ripping a bat head to pieces on stage or some post-grunge...
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    Shura – What Happened To Us?

    Shura’s debut record, Nothing’s Real, took control of our Spotify playlists minutes after listening to the popular single, “Touch.” What we found to be confident moody synth in that track, can be found in every other tune on the album. There is love, broken-hearted adolescence, and imminent self-awareness here,...