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Album Review: 3OH!3’s “NIGHT SPORTS”

Article by: Jessica Gorrell Featured image credit: Jimmy Fontaine   It’s been a number of years since we last heard synthpop duo 3OH!3 singing with Kesha about their first kisses, about the complete distrust of promiscuous females, and having double vision, but now Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman are back with their latest

Album Review: The Migrant Kids “Primordial Soup”

Article by: Jessica Gorrell Photo credit: Brandon Humphry Scott   The chilling harmonies and incredible chemistry felt on The Migrant Kids Primordial Soup makes the entirety of the EP feel more like a musical conversation amongst brothers and friends. Cousins Miguel Ojeda and John Zakoor, and good friend Brayn O’Flynn combine their experiences

Album Review: Andy Ferro’s “Muirhead”

Article by: Jessica Gorrell   With a soft acoustic, smooth vocals, and brandishing the unmistakeable sound quality of an old, dusty tape recorder, Andy Ferro's debut album, Muirhead, could easily pass for long lost Lennon cuts. Ferro, London-born and Nashville-bred, uses folk and psych vibes to recall familiar sounds of the 1950s and 60s, mixing

ALBUM REVIEW: Pleasure Addiction – Extra Balls

Article by: Jessica Gorrell There seems to be a new trend of music that focuses around the revival of older musical styles. Recently, there’s been a new wave of psychedelic rock flowing out of the studios and onto every streaming platform. The next wave, a revival of 80s glam rock, is

Album Review: Adele’s “25”

Article by: Jessica Gorrell November 20th, 2015 – It feels as though a full lifetime has passed since Adele released the pivotal album containing the anthem of heartbroken lovers everywhere – in many ways, it has. Adele Adkins, just 27 years old, became a mother. A whole generation graduated into another part