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ALL GOOD FEST REVIEW

One aspect of music that I have always loved, has been festivals. There is something different about them that makes them standout. It can be a large traveling festival, a destination festival, or a small local festivals. Festivals of all sizes and types are great in their own way. However, over ...

Angela Perley – 4:30

It's possible that Angela Perley's 4:30 came out at the perfect time. My first experience with Angela Perley was back in 2013 (I think?) at the Columbus Alive Bands to Watch Showcase. She showcased alongside acts like surf-rockers Bummers and indie alt-pop act Post Coma Network. At the time, she was ...

Sleep On It| Pride and Disaster| An Album Review

Sleep On It has been a band I have wanted to see more of for a while. They are just one of those groups that I have never heard a negative rumor, story, or post about. Videos from their concerts always seemed legendary, and stories about the band members themselves were always super positive. I just ...

summer’s still here [single reviews]

Rival Summers - "Still Here": The musical outlet of Leo Bautista is exactly what you would expect it to be if you have talked to him for any length of time. He, and his music have a sunny disposition. Though, to say "he and his music" is sort of redundant, isn't it? "Still Here" certainly isn't ...

Empty Isles – For When You Need Me

There's something poetic about the name of this musical project. "Isle" instead of "island" feels more exotic, and can also indicate solitude. Solitude can be healthy or not. Isles can be in warm, tropical places... or not. And a place being empty takes on a profoundly different meaning based on the ...

Unique new sounds to close out the summer [Single Reviews]

As summer comes to a close, you're probably looking for new music to spin. Maybe you want to hear some more "Summer Grooves" to extend the warm weather, or maybe you're already ringing in the fall and all of the coolness that comes with it. Whatever your preference in climate or musical style may be, ...

Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding

I'll admit to being a snob when it came to Post Malone's material—admittedly judging a book by it's cover (and autotune). However, this week I saw that Hollywood's Bleeding would be one of the most high profile of the year. I tend to write about albums that a lot more under the radar. "Time to be ...