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Album Review: Strangest Congregations by Andrew Wiscombe

Andrew has seen the ugliness of some of life’s worst moments. It colors his songs of beauty with an appreciative radiance, and it colors his songs of pain with a brutal truthfulness.

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Album Review: Fired Pilots Self Titled LP

Its blend of classic rock tropes and new ideas makes this an essential listen for any rock fan in the intermountain west.

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Album Review: Songs For Sleep by Trevor Harmon

“Beautiful is the one word that comes to mind when I think about this album. I have never been more captivated by an instrumental record.”

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Album Review: Flavor by S2_cool

Each track gets progressively groovier, and before you know it you’re on a wild trip riding a turtle through outer space with no idea of how you got there.

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Why Every Musician Should Watch “Howard”

The film pays tribute to a visionary writer whose legacy, though not widely known, is universally felt.

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Album Review: Curse The Day I Act My Age by Suit Up, Soldier

A work 6 years in the making, this LP is centered around themes of youthful innocence and energy and chock-full of passionate guitar riffs and epic drum beats.

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Album Review: Nomad by Jumpmonk

This record is a ripe peach containing groovy, syncopated drum patterns and succulent, hypnotic synth and piano melodies.

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Why Every Musician Should Watch “La La Land”

With a deeper narrative than it’s often given credit for, this film reminds us of the beauty (and sacrifices) at every stage of the path to success.

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Album Review: Mild Horses by Adult Prom

“It’s angsty as h*ck, baby!” (He didn’t say h*ck).

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Why Every Musician Should Watch “Inside Llewyn Davis”

A chance to spend 105 minutes living inside of a song, punctuated by depth, humanity, and a reminder to always ensure that your contract includes royalties.