Shawna Virago: Heaven Sent Delinquent Review: For Everyone
Jun29

Shawna Virago: Heaven Sent Delinquent Review: For Everyone

No matter your religious or political views, Shawna Virago’s newest album, “Heaven Sent Delinquent” is for everyone. It is not only about her life as a transgender, it is about life in general. The album is honest, witty, and original. Music has a way of uniting people, and Virago attempts that; she uses her lyrical and melodious powers to encourage tolerance and understanding. The album opens with a folky acoustic track, “Bright...

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Ten Films That Changed Pop Culture
Jun29

Ten Films That Changed Pop Culture

Hollywood releases hundreds, if not thousands of movies every year, and a good portion of them barely leaves an impact to the public. However, there are the rare films that do stick out and make a difference in their respective genres and the film industry itself. These are the movies that forever changed popular culture. 10: AKIRA Released in 1988 and directed by Katsuhiro Otomo, Akira is a cyberpunk dystopian science fiction anime...

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Ashley Iaconetti Talks The Bachelor, Future And More
Jun29

Ashley Iaconetti Talks The Bachelor, Future And More

Step aside Boss Girl; Boss Woman is in the house. After she cried a hurricane of tears on The Bachelor and two seasons of Bachelor in Paradise, Ashley Iaconetti successfully stands directly in the eye of the storm which is the media. With Access Hollywood appearances, a gig with ClevverTV, and an unapologetically honest podcast, Iaconetti makes the most out of her new-found fame and uses it to chase her dream and break through society...

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Sam Levin Frame Of Mind Review: Amazing Talent Personified
Jun29

Sam Levin Frame Of Mind Review: Amazing Talent Personified

If you’ve never heard of Sam Levin and you listened to his newest album, “Frame of Mind,” you may think he is 30. That is because at 15, Levin has the talent and intuitiveness of an experienced musician. Not only are his songwriting skills on point; Levin also plays the majority of the instruments on his self-released album, and produced it to perfection. At a time where legitimately good music is hard to come by, Levin shows us that...

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Rugby Road III EP Review: Nostalgia-Filled Rock Awesomeness
Jun27

Rugby Road III EP Review: Nostalgia-Filled Rock Awesomeness

Rugby Road goes back in time with their EP titled III. The four track EP is great for old-school classic rockers who are looking for some new music to enjoy. The Philadelphia-based three-man band that calls their style “alternative rock” has been around for a while. They have played together for 25 years and have finally released new music since their last album which came out over 15 years ago. Rugby Road goes for a more...

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Highland Kite ‘I’m Not Weak’ EP Review: Alanis Morissette Would Be Proud
Jun21

Highland Kite ‘I’m Not Weak’ EP Review: Alanis Morissette Would Be Proud

What stands out in Highland Kite’s EP titled “I’m Not Weak” are the lyrics of each song. Lead singer, Marissa Lamar shines through with her expert songwriting. She transforms her band with thoughtful and powerful lyrics, which makes the band stand out. This EP, however, is not diverse with its tempo. The songs are slow and portray emotion and the EP does not have any tracks that you can dance to. Alanis Morissette comes to mind when...

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