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Daily Archives: September 26, 2017

Modern Woman | Tennis: Single Review

“Modern Woman” is off of Colorado band Tennis’ fourth album, Your’s Conditionally. Tennis is composed of duo Alaina Moore and her husband Patrick Riley. The couple, who met at CU Denver, got together to create visually appealing videos that must be watched from beginning to

Look What You Made Me Do | Taylor Swift: Single Review

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is shockingly different from the Taylor Swift fans and viewers have seen over the years. Swift has traversed through the forms of the country sweetheart to the classy pop star. Now, Swift is taking on

Second of Spring | Beaches: Album Review

The psychedelic rock group Beaches draws inspiration from rock music of the 60’s and 70’s, but other than mimicking the captivating sounds of Janis Joplin or The Beatles, Beaches’ new album Second of Spring offered little to capture attention. With powerful instrumentals, there is no

L.A. Witch | L.A. Witch: Album Review

Artist: L.A. Witch Album: L.A. Witch Release date: Sept 8th, 2017 L.A. Witch’s debut album, L.A. Witch, was released via Suicide Squeeze Records. This psychedelic punk rock band has taken rock on an acid trip and brought it back with a bit of a headache.