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Album Review: Smashing Pumpkins - Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun.

What a difference nearly 20 years makes.

Plus having the original supporting cast helps. At least most of the supporting cast.

At any rate, the Smashing Pumpkins seem to have found a new direction with three of the four original members together again and the solid new album release… 588 more words

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Inflection: FM!, Vince Staples (2018)

“Inflection” is my album review series. This is the first entry.

I’ll be honest: Vince Staples was flying under my radar. In Track 10, “(562) 453-9382 – Skit”, radio show… 678 more words


Halloween Ain’t Over Kids; Celebrate Late with Deceased’s “Ghostly White”

Despite its late release date, Deceased’s newest spooky death/heavy metal album is one for the count; fashionably late, right? Every day is Halloween around these parts, so this really just fits right in, especially during a time when us ghouls have to start fighting back against all these damn Santas popping up everywhere. 1,525 more words

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Anderson .Paak Blesses Us With Oxnard

Anderson .Paak just released Oxnard, his long awaited studio album. After teasing the project with two singles, “Tints (feat. Kendrick Lamar)” and “Who R U?, I was excited to listen to the finished product. 59 more words


First Piece for Modern Rock Review: Greta Van Fleet

by Merry Mercurial

(a) You can rearrange “Greta Van Fleet” as “Fatal Genre Vet.” Have fun with this knowledge.

(b) SO excited to be writing for… 357 more words


Tyler, The Creator Takes On Christmas with Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Seuss' The Grinch

It’s not even Thanksgiving, but Tyler, The Creator is ready for Christmas. It’s not the first time a rapper has gotten into the holiday spirit, everyone from Death Row Record to  98 more words


Yuri - The First Scene Album Review

It’s pretty much a standard Kpop filler album, but does it have anything of value – no.

The album starts with the meh single track “Into You”,  410 more words