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Listen To It Till Midnight If You Want

Album Title                         :               Midnight Drive

Artist                                     :               FR David

Genre                                   :               Pop

Year Released                   :               2014

FR David was an 80’s sensation because of the song “Sahara Nights.”  With a catchy single like that people will definitely buy his album.  297 more words

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Album Review: Desert Battles (2018) - Arallu

Have you heard? Desert Battles has been re-released by Arallu!! The 2018 release features new vocal recordings, new mixing, and new mastering.

Middle eastern death metal gods, Arallu, have resurrected a killer album. 248 more words


The All-American Rejects - Self Titled Album

Hi everyone, Butters here with the final review of the day with All-American Rejects debut, self titled album. This won’t take too long, as this is an album I think you should avoid. 94 more words


June's Featured Artist: John Louis

In his latest album, Live at The Warming House, Minneapolis, MN, Minneapolis-based Americana/folk singer John Louis tells us a story of love and loss. He gives perspective on change, relationships and longing. 194 more words

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King Krule: The OOZ Review

Archy Marshall makes his grand return to his King Krule moniker with his sophomore album The OOZ. Featuring his signature deep vocals, this album is an both truthful to his jazz roots, but King Krule continues to be its own beast. 52 more words

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Mount Kimbie: Love What Survives Review

In their third LP, Mount Kimbie continues to have a diverse electronic-based sound that drifts from the drum and vocal-heavy “Blue Train lines” that features King Krule (who shines in a unique vocal outing), to the James Blake features and the distorted piano instrumental “Poison” that take on a slower and thought out sound. 71 more words

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Nas' album is such a big deal!

Not only is it his eleventh self titled album but we waited six long years…

It had little or no promotion but a tweet…

Pardon the delay.

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