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Mixtape Review: Stevie Bucks – Soul Projects

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Right from the start of the Soul Project Mixtape Stevie Bucks makes his intentions clear: the youth are in danger. Audio of a female police officer opens saying, “Put your hands behind your back, Kevin.” ... Read More »

Review: Dark Model: Dark Model

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My father loves movie of the sword and bow persuasion, particularly the scenes where arrows arc through the sky and rain down like a plague. Though I have been searching the Internet for over 10 ... Read More »

[Concert Review] Lana Del Rey at the Shrine Expo Center in Los Angeles 5/30/14


We pull up to the Shrine Expo Center around 7:30 pm. With half an hour until doors open, a line of people winds around the block. Some have been camping out overnight. My tickets are ... Read More »

Album Review – Ready Never: Eleutherophobia

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Ready Never represents the natural progression of EDM acts filling out the bolder font of Festival Lineups. The group, the core of which is made up of Benny Ed and Rudi Meibergen, attempts to bridge ... Read More »

J Cole featuring Kendrick Lamar- “Forbidden Fruit” (Hucci Remix)


Check out Hucci’s incredible remix of J. Cole’s “Forbidden Fruit” featuring Kendrick Lamar! Read More »

Album Review: Eluusif – Aliens Do It Better EP

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Eluusif is an alien. He came here from the planet EDM Prime from the Feral Youth star system to give us, you guessed it, EDM. He details as much in his interview with President Barak ... Read More »

Album Review: Drunksouls – Just Before Chaos

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When you hear the term “reggae,” what comes to mind? Let me guess: weed, dreds, revolution, and probably some Bob Marley quote you saw on a bumper sticker. What may not pop up is “French.” ... Read More »

Artist Spotlight: Låpsley


Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to formally introduce you to Liverpool’s very own Holly Lapsley Fletcher, otherwise known as Låpsley. At the age of 17, Låpsley embodies the soul of experience beyond her physical years and the ... Read More »

[Concert Review] Von Shakes – Bohemia


Yesterday I was lucky enough to catch the Von Shakes at a live show, and boy, was it a rambuctious and insanely energetic performance. The four Irish lads just recently relocated to Brooklyn and released ... Read More »

‘You know it’s real when you are who you say you are’ Drake – Pound Cake/Paris Morton


With the incorporation of Jay Z on this track, spitting over this unique and trippy beat, a sound that captures the movement of future hip-hop there isn’t much to dislike. But apparently this isn’t the ... Read More »