Lauren Desberg – Twenty First Century Problems [CC Review]

Neo-Jazz or Neo-Bop is a free form of Jazz that implements fusion, RnB, and can often feature soulful vocals. 23 year old Neo-Jazz singer Lauren Desberg creates songs from old school influences with modern day songwriting. Priding herself on making music meant for the solitary moments of life such as…

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Jacco Gardner – Hypnophobia [CC Review]

Coming from a town called Hoorn found in the Netherlands is Jacco Gardner, a talented musician who takes orchestral instruments of many shape and sound and overlays a psychedelic effect over them while implementing old school recording methods. Hypnophobia consists of 10 trippy tracks and artwork to match, as well…

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Plain White T’s – American Nights [CC Review]

Starting from humble high school origins in the great state of Illinois, Multi-platinum status selling band Plain White T’s are back with their seventh studio album, American Nights. Being band set on doing things their own way, Plain White T’s have left major labels in the past and went the…

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Red Molly – The Red Album – [CC Review]

Natural balance on Contrast Control wouldn’t be present if we didn’t eventually jump into the realm of country music. This genre of music was created in Atlanta, GA in the early 1920s. Since then, this music has taken the world over and become one of the biggest genres next to…

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Sevendust – Time Travelers & Bonfires Album Review

  Time Travlers & Bonfires marks the tenth studio album from mega metal band Sevendust who began their career in 1994 by bassist Vince Horsnby[Bass], Morgan Rose[Drums], and John Connolly[Guitars]. After their first demo, Lajon Witherspoon joined as lead vocalist and not to long after that came lead guitarist Clint…

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The Almost – Southern Weather Album Review #TBT

  In 2007, not all that long ago I really attached myself to the pop-punk music scene. The appeal of themes of being a teenager with feelings no one else understood or being a socially awkward kid were something all too common to me. The memories attached to music for…

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