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All Your Happy Life by The Wytches | Replay on Repeat Featured Music 

All Your Happy Life by The Wytches | Replay on Repeat

My favorite goth-rock band is finally back for round 2 with their sophomore album All Your Happy Life. The Wytches established their power trio in Peterborough circa 2011. Searching for a sound with more gravity than their former, more timid band, The Crooked Canes, Kristian Bell (singer/songwriter/guitarist) and Gianni Honey (drummer) found a more polished, darker vessel upon teaming up with bassist Dan Ramsey to create The Wytches. Their freshman album, Annabel Dream Reader, sent me for a loop; indulging and revitalizing my attraction to goth rock and all its…

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Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not |a few jewels… Featured Music 

Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not |a few jewels…

With all due respect to J. Mascis and the legacy he built with Dinosaur Jr. in the 80’s (and in 2007’s Beyond)… I was all but over his more-whiny-than-usual-vocals and melodic lullabies that make up 2009’s Farm album. 2012’s I Bet on Sky was headed in the right direction bringing back fuzzy guitar solos between psych-pop progressions, but Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not brings Dinosaur Jr. back to the throne they’ve earned time and time again. These guys have grown to show they can cradle the indie rock…

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Lil Dicky: A rapper who can tell a story Featured Music 

Lil Dicky: A rapper who can tell a story

The Skim: Lil Dicky knows how to tell a story through rap music. But he’s also creative and talented enough to do it in a way that makes you gravitate toward him. He is a lyrical wordsmith that is funny, but he is more than just that. Expect Lil Dicky to command more and more respect in the rap game moving forward. The first time I heard of Lil Dicky was after a Youtube video had concluded and his Sway in the morning freestyle popped up as a recommended video…

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Stageme: The world’s stage Entertainment Featured Music 

Stageme: The world’s stage

The Skim: Stageme is a startup that blends tech and entertainment. This platform allows you to watch the best talent from around the world.  In a world where humans attention spans are shorter than goldfish it’s easy to get distracted. It’s especially easy to get inundated with watered down content. In an article by USA Today, 2006: “The average 1970s city dweller was exposed to 500 to 2,000 ad messages a day, [J.Walker] Smith says. Now, it’s 3,000 to 5,000.” The same quote was on CBS News. Magazine Engagement, 2006: “All this…

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