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The good, the bad and the ‘Invisible People:’ a Chicano Batman...

The Good By: Christian Valdez, CW Chicano Batman’s natural ability to transform and redefine genres culminates in the evolutionary success of “Invisible People,” (2020) an unbound...

The engrossing sounds of Red Vox’s ‘Ozymandias’ and a discussion with...

Courtesy of Red Vox via Facebook The indie rock group “Red Vox” has finally released a snippet of...

Tame Impala’s dive into the ‘20s: a look into the legacy...

Tame Impala might have been the biggest band of the previous decade. The band’s debut album “Innerspeaker” came out in 2010 and played a...

Genres of music should not organize, they should describe

We might have heard someone claim “I mainly listen to rock” or “I only play rap music” when describing their music preferences. It’s apparent...

“This Old Dog” movingly bridges “Salad Days” to early adulthood

    The first time I ever listened to Mac DeMarco was during the summer of 2015, just after he released his mini-LP “Another One” and...

Highlander Diaries: Body swapping

As human beings who were born with vocal cords that enable our voices to be heard and cerebrums complex enough to process speech, we...

Code Orange – Forever: A Tornado of Torment

Code Orange have built themselves up as a unique act among a sea of, as drummer and vocalist Jami Morgan puts it, “bargain bin...

In Memoriam: Leonard Cohen 1934-2016

This month augured two tragedies on the world stage: One, the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and two, the...

Under The Radar: Issue 05

Artist: Xavier Omar Listeners looking for alternative R&B that’s a little more thoughtful and vocally developed than artists such as PARTYNEXTDOOR and Bryson Tiller, can...

In Retrospect: 51 years of “A Love Supreme”

“All Praise Be to God to Whom All Praise Is Due.” — 51 years ago, these words graced and encapsulated a weakened and broken...