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Daily Archives: May 8, 2016

Crimson Arrow Interview, Part 1 of 2

Houston rock band Crimson Arrow is an exemplification of contrasts, blending the passionate emotions of post-hardcore with the visceral rawness of indie rock, to create a sound that feels fresh yet intimate. In advance of the release of their album Living In Still Frames, out

Aesop Rock’s New Album Stream Set to Mini Remake of The Shining

Aesop Rock came on to the music scene in the year 2000 and it was very clear to anyone who listened that he was going to change the game. His first major album, Float, was partially self produced and featured other artists like Dose One.

Drake – “Views” Review

Turned the 6 upside down, it’s a 9 now. It must be lonely at the top for Drake. For years he’s dominated the airwaves with infectious pop hits while still doing what it takes to keep his place at the top of rap’s ever-shifting hierarchy.

Captain America: Civil War Review

Civil War gives me mixed feelings, but the good kind. On one hand, there are a lot of writing elements that irk my soul. On the other hand of metal bad ass, there are countless scenes that fill me with glee. Civil War is a Marvel