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Hot New Music: Theophilus London “Timez Are Weird These Days” — Album Review

The highly anticipated debut release from Brooklyn’s Theophilus London lives up to the hype — and then some. Totally exceeding expectations, London’s album title is even on point! There’s no denying that Timez Are Weird These Days, and he perfectly sums up this point in one eclectic, yet amazing, 11-track album. With hip-hop at its core, […]

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Hot New Music: Washed Out “Within And Without” — Album Review

After two amazing EPs, Washed Out has finally dropped a full-length studio album: Within And Without. Washed Out (aka Atlanta’s, Ernest Greene) first caught people’s attention back in 2009 after placing some bedroom-recorded tunes on MySpace, which would later appear on the notable and first Life of Leisure EP. It’s here that fans began to […]

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She Wants Revenge “Valleyheart” — Album Review

She Wants Revenge’s third album, Valleyheart musically demonstrates the band’s maturity and growth as musicians. Comprised of Justin Warfield (vocals, guitar and keyboards) and Adam Bravin (bass guitar, keyboards, guitar, drum machine, percussion, programming and vocals), the San Fernando Valley-based duo waited four years to create their latest effort—but good things are always worth waiting […]

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The Raveonettes “Raven In The Grave” — Album Review

Photo Credit: Lauren Dukoff The Raveonettes are back with their fifth studio release Raven In The Grave; a nine-track album filled with everything you love about the Danish duo…and more! Sune Rose Wagner (guitar, instruments and vocals) and Sharin Foo (bass, guitar and vocals) have definitely found their niche in indie rock and Raven In […]

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