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Gravity – Against The Current

After their debut EP Infinity, Against The Current set the bar high for themselves. It also isn’t easy fighting back against the trend of being constantly compared to Hayley Williams and Paramore. As a female-fronted band in the alternative scene you always have a lot to prove, but for Chrissy Costanza, Daniel Gow and Will Ferri… Read more »

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Love Stuff – Elle King

It’s rare to find an artist who’s able to capture contemporary pop with a very classic rock/bluesy background, but Elle King hits the nail on the head with her new album, Love Stuff. Her soulful voice and bluesy demeanor completely capture the messages her lyrics send. From front to back, her album is an experience… Read more »

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Whiskey On My Breath – Love and Theft

Pop country duo Love and Theft (Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles) are at it again. Their new album, Whiskey On My Breath, his shelves this week and is a typical country album about partying, getting drunk and kissing women. Party songs like “Can’t Wait for the Weekend” and “Let’s Get Drunk and Make Friends” are about having a carefree night… Read more »

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Happy People – Peace

The English indie-rock quartet Peace have lived up to the precedent set by their previous releases, and were not cursed by a sophomore album jinx with their new record Happy People. Like their first LP, In Love, and their Delicious EP, the new album has the same poppy, upbeat vibes, as well as 80’s dance vibes… Read more »

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Reflection – Fifth Harmony

Fifth Harmony are living proof that third place is not a losing position. Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane Hanson, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Normani Kordei have given the music industry a modern day Spice Girls. The quintet was formed in 2012 on The X Factor and things have only gone up from there. The… Read more »

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Ixora – Copeland

Back in 2009, we were all heartbroken when Florida-based band Copeland broke up. Needless to say, the announcement of their return, and new music was greeted with open arms and open minds. Unlike many other bands who have come back with music that seemed to stray a bit far off from where they started, Copeland’s… Read more »

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Nightscape – There For Tomorrow

After a 3 year long wait, and I mean long wait, we finally have some new music from Orlando based pop rock band There For Tomorrow. As a longtime fan of the band, I am so happy, and honored to be writing a review for this. The new EP Nighscape is exactly what every There For Tomorrow… Read more »

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5 Seconds of Summer – 5 Seconds of Summer

After two EPs, and a few singles along the way the long awaited 5 Seconds of Summer album is finally here. As promised, it’s filled with summer jams, some wonderful love songs, and some very pop-punk feels.  Produced mostly by John Feldman and a few others, I was definitely not surprised that I absolutely loved… Read more »