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Mereba’s Stunning Arrival: The Jungle is the Only Way Out Album Review

2019 is a confusing time for artistic integrity in the music industry. While Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and streaming services have platformed countless independent...

Criminally Underrated: Benny Sings Proves Himself Again With City Pop

Despite a consistent career and continued performance, the world has still not woken up for Benny Sings. Since...

Puma Blue Proves Versatility on Newest Release, “Blood Loss”

Puma Blue is an enigmatic artist. Not much is known about the up and coming Londoner-- he lists several of his musical favorites on...

Greta Van Fleet: Led Zeppelin Revitalized?

Greta Van Fleet is a four-piece hard rock band from Michigan and a direct ripoff of Led Zeppelin. That might...

Sheck Wes Delivers Dynamic Sound on Debut Mudboy

Sheck Wes: The New Nirvana. On Mudboy, the rapper made famous by “Mo Bamba” proved that he’s more than just the biggest hit of...

Young Sinatra IV Review

Ten years into his career, Logic is no longer a misfit white boy rapper with something to prove. Last year, he scored his first...

Beautifully Abrasive: Brockhampton’s iridescence

Over a year after their 2016 debut project, All American Trash, Brockhampton found themselves thrust into the limelight with 2017’s Saturation trilogy. Upon release,...

A Soulful Confrontation: Noname’s Room 25

Room 25 is the refreshingly soulful confrontation of mortality and immorality you didn’t know you needed until now. Fatimah Warner, better known as Noname, started...

Shady’s Revenge: Kamikaze Album Review

At midnight on August 31, just eight and a half months after Revival, Detroit rapper Eminem casually dropped a tweet that sent the hip-hop...

Aminé: OnePointFive Album Review

For anyone familiar with Aminé’s work beyond his viral (borderline meme) hit, “Caroline,” you should be able to recognize the young Oregon rapper’s artistic...
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