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(review) Gaahls WYRD-Gastir Ghosts Invited(Season Of Mist)

We all know Gaahl as the vocalist of black metal underground legends Gorgoroth and all the controversy around him that build up through the years. But, above all, Gaahl is excellent musician who created and collaborated on many fantastic records and this is his new band and debut record out with… 201 more words

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SINGLE REVIEW: Woodes - Silent Disco

Woodes is an artist whose cinematic inclined sonical landscape has continually evolved over time. As she heads into the release of her debut album in early 2020, she wants to grow and expand her artistry even further. 365 more words

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REVIEW: Wilco’s ‘Ode to Joy’ is the band’s best album in over a decade

        Last year, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy released his memoir, Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back), along with two 11-track solo albums, WARM and WARMER… 432 more words

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Lightning Bolt : Sonic Citadel

Lightning Bolt have never been a band that dabbled in subtlety. The two-piece from Providence, Rhode Island, which consists of bassist Brian Gibson on bass and Brian Chippendale on drums and vocals, have stayed true to a mission statement of keeping things loud, fast, aggressive, and animated. 558 more words

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Wordsworth wrote an endless poem in blank verse on” the growth of a poet’s mind.”  I shall attempt a more modest feat for a more distracted age: a blog, “Things which a Lifetime of Trying to Be a Poet has Taught Me.” 297 more words

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SINGLE REVIEW: Katy Perry - Harleys In Hawaii

Katy Perry is getting bold and experimental with her forthcoming fifth studio album. Returning to her pop roots on ‘Never Really Over’ and ‘Small Talk’, she dived further into the sonical palette and reinvented the direction she wanted to go in.  213 more words

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SINGLE REVIEW: Cub Sport Featuring Darren Hayes - I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life

Deep down we are all emotional beings. We are all connected in a spiritual way and sometimes we just need to let that show. For some reason we only ever associate crying and emotions with sadness and negativity, but in some situations we can get so overwhelmed and happy that we unleash those emotions. 231 more words

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