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Album Review: Beach Death Self-Titled LP

“I simultaneously hope every human in the world hears this and no one but me does.”

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Album Review: In Transit by Drusky

The number of creative ways Drusky is able to throw insults at their wrongdoers is beyond impressive. And the music’s good, too.

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Album Review: Five Years to Live by JTM

JTM produced an album that shows listeners what he is truly about: creating community, sharing his perspective, and letting anyone within earshot know that it is never too late to change.

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Why Every Musician Should Watch “Love & Mercy”

This film succeeds as both psychological dramatization and love letter to a vindicated artist and his path to channeling musical greatness.

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Album Review: Trip the Light Fantastic by Fonteyn

There’s a quality to the music that’s reminiscent of an impressionist painting – like if Van Gogh painted during a sunny day at the boardwalk.

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Why Every Musician Should Watch “Mr. Holland’s Opus”

The movie’s musical awareness manifests when class is in session, describing how one person’s music can inspire you to make your own.

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Album Review: Faded Dream by Goldmyth

Who said you had to choose between ugly crying and getting out on the dancefloor?

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Album Review: PHASES by Mojave Nomads

With fuzzed out guitars, catchy hooks, and tight songwriting, the band’s energy carries through each song of the EP.

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Album Review: For Now, Focus Here by This Valley Glow

Beautifully layered with a smorgasbord of sound.

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Album Review: Dear Friend EP by Callery Pears

“When you least expect it, the horns come cascading down to combine with the near desperation in the vocals, creating a sense of earnestness only true passion can provide.”