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LANY – ‘Mama’s Boy’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Stefan Kohli Los Angeles-based and Nashville-born band LANY is embarking on a fresh new journey with their third album mama’s boy. The album is full of alternative rock, dreamy lite-pop and acoustic guitar that expands the honest virtue of their songwriting by mixing in ideas from new collaborators like Russian-American singer-songwriter Sasha Sloan… Read more

The Neighbourhood – ‘Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Haley Appell & Lauren Leekley Adding to the continued twists and turns that 2020 is so keenly eager to keep producing, The Neighbourhood have released a concept album, and it’s their most diverse and intriguing collection of songs yet, maybe even bordering on exciting at points. Forever known for “Sweater Weather”, the Newbury… Read more

Deftones – ‘Ohms’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Frank Maddocks Ohms, the Deftones’ latest album in four years (and ninth studio album overall) opens with “Genesis”, a track that immediately alters the listener to what they’re about to embark on. The song starts out with a definite calm-before-the-storm feel, before we get, well, the storm, which in this case appears in… Read more

Beyoncé – ‘Black Is King’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Shutterstock Some people simply know when to take the baton and run with it. At a point in time when racial tensions and social injustice are at an all time high, here comes none other than Beyoncé Knowles-Carter who takes us on a journey of black excellence with her latest visual album, Black… Read more

Remembering Eddie Van Halen: The Guitar Hero’s Guitar Hero

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images The electric guitar may be the quintessential symbol of rock ‘n’ roll, but of the many individuals who’ve strapped one on over the years only a select few have made such an impact as to become virtually synonymous with the instrument. That short list would obviously include Eric Clapton and… Read more

Gashi – ‘1984’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Brendan Barrett The fourth full-length album from Albanian-American artist Labinot Gashi (or GASHI, if you prefer), is entitled 1984, but is not a concept album based on George Orwell’s classic 1984 dystopian novel. However, the opening cut – and title track – does suggest that it’s a concept album nonetheless. It’s a spoken word track in which two young guys discover a time machine, which seemingly transports one of them to… Read more

Kane Brown: Creating His Own Path Through Country Music Stardom

Photo Credit: Matthew Berinato Kane Brown was born on October 21, 1993. Growing up in Georgia, the youngster got into fights over his mixed background. His family then moved out the state, and they settled in Red Bank, Tennessee. In high school, Kane sang in the choir. He was motivated enough to perform in front… Read more

Taylor Swift – ‘Folklore’ Album Review

Photo credit: Beth Garrabrant The one thing 2020 was guaranteed not to deliver was another Taylor Swift album – it was a year ago that the singer released her seventh album, Lover, and fans are still deliberating over which song should have been the next radio single, campaigning with their usual fire-fueled ferocity for their… Read more