Gary Clark Jr.’s ‘This Land’ is a Dynamic and Passion-filled Project

Gary Clark Jr.’s third full-length album, This Land, due out on February 22nd, lends a helping hand to the rock ‘n’ roll tradition, which is seemingly fading away in popular music. The modern-day blues legend offers his support with wailing guitars, affecting rhythms and lyrics that unashamedly strike hard. And, of course, we get a […]

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The Specials release new album Encore

Combining ska, reggae and rock steady with punk spirit, The Specials is a band that I remember listening to in elementary school; this was when my sister and I wanted to be just like our older, much “cooler” brothers and begged them to make us a ska mix of our own – this indeed included […]

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What’s Hot and New for 2019

As the memory of New Year’s Eve drinks and countdowns fade, the responsibilities of everyday life return. With the resume of your commute and walk to school, you are surely itching to update your playlists with some new tunes from your favourite artists. In case you missed the cryptic Tweets and Instagram videos from your […]

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Album Review | Hive Mind – The Internet

To call The Internet “smooth operators” is an understatement. The release of their latest album, Hive Mind, is full of cool funk, smooth bass, and the sensual vocals of both lead vocalist, Syd and her band-mates Steve Lacy, Matt Martians, Patrick Paige II and Christopher Smith. Album opener, “Come Together”, combines the band’s vocals in […]

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Album Review | Primal Heart – Kimbra

It’s been roughly four years since the release of Kimbra’s second album, The Golden Echo, and now the Kiwi queen is back with a project truly depicting her self-discovery and artistic revival. Primal Heart is an adventurous album with tracks ranging from deep drum beats and electronic vibes to ethereal violins and vocals, all while […]

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Artist Spotlight | Charlotte Day Wilson

You may have heard her as part of a track on the hit album, Freudian by Daniel Caesar or seen her share the stage with fellow Canadian artists, BADBADNOTGOOD or River Tiber, but Charlotte Day Wilson is carving out her own path in the R&B scene and is becoming quite the household name. Taking influence […]

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