Haim’s Latest Preview of ‘Something to Tell you’

Three-piece American pop-rock band ‘Haim’ has been setting the world alight since their debut album “Days Are Gone” hit the market in late 2013. Since then …

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You’ll be listening to Angelo Mota until the break of ‘Dawn’

If you thought you were a rap aficionado like me, hold right up, because upon hearing Angelo Mota spit some serious bars you shall well and truly be shook. Cue the …

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The Vaccines Reveal ‘Combat Sports’ and UK Tour

Widely adored indie rockers The Vaccines are set to return in 2018 with their fourth album ‘Combat Sports’ and a nine date tour throughout the UK. The British q …

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Amanda Dziedzic’s Beautiful Gems of Glass

Earlier this week I was aimlessly scouring through the feeds of some local galleries, such as I am wont to do, when I stumbled across some odd little gems. I was im …

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Sartorial Scoop: Spring/Summer ’16

One down, three to go! London, Milan, and Paris, that is. The New York chapter of the Spring/Summer 2016 runway extravaganzas has just wrapped up, and even though s …

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Koi Kurama: “I just refuse to let anybody manipulate or change who I am and what my art is”

Meet Koi Kurama, a singer songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio. Tracks such as “Bonefish” and “Never Knows Best” has gained the young singer reco …

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The Japanese House Releases Gorgeous New Video for “Saw You In a Dream”

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Album Review: Rae Fitzgerald – ‘Popular Songs for Wholesome Families’

Born south of St. Louis, twenty-seven year old Rae Fitzgerald is soon to release her full-length studio album, Popular Songs For Wholesome Families on June 3rd. The …

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What’s In A Name?

They often go unnoticed, subtly influencing the opinions of those around us. For the most part we don’t get to choose them, instead we can either embrace them, ig …

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Diversity is Disappointed with Fashion, Again.

Yet in the fashion industry, despite years of debate, controversy and even vain attempts at trying to be more sensitively aware, disappoints again. It seems to have …

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We’ll Always Have Paris

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