Review: Jessica Rotter – Plains

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Entertainment is in Jessica Rotter’s blood. One could say that she was born for this moment, given that she is the third generation of her family to embark on a career in the music industry. Her grandfather is known for having written songs and performed with legendary members of the … Continue Reading →

Celebrating the 2nd Anniversary of Pop Magazine

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On the occasion of Pop Magazine’s second anniversary we want to give a shout-out to all musical artists working hard to deliver great music to the world. Pop music and culture are thriving because of artists that bring the novel, unique, remarkable, and meaningful to the table, with the power … Continue Reading →

Review: Mayer Hawthorne – Man About Town

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Mayer Hawthorne’s new album is entitled Man About Town. A more appropriate title, for those unfamiliar with his work, may have been The Thief. The entire album dances the line between flattery and flat out copycatting. In the first three tracks you’ll hear Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, Barry White’s Can’t Get … Continue Reading →

Abiah: An Artist Reimagined

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It’s not often that an established artist gains the freedom to reinvent himself during the course of his career. Yet this is exactly what solo vocalist Jeremiah accomplished when he re-emerged onto the scene as Abiah in 2012. It is in the transformation from Jeremiah to Abiah that this story … Continue Reading →

Review: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – This Unruly Mess I’ve Made

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“If you aren’t scared of what you’ve created, you aren’t done yet.” Words to live by from the rap artist Ben Haggerty, known professionally as Macklemore. On February 26th, he and musical producer Ryan Lewis released their second album, This Unruly Mess I’ve Made, a follow-up to The Heist. Though … Continue Reading →

Review: Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo

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Kanye West is out of his mind. I know. You know. The Twittersphere and Obama know it. Interestingly enough, however, he’s always been the first to acknowledge it. Whatever you will say about Kanye, he, himself, will say about Kanye. Judging by his over-the-top behavior and highly controversial shenanigans, it’s … Continue Reading →

Review: Lissie – My Wild West

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Lissie’s new album My Wild West may be her most honest piece of work so far. She mixes genres with fluidity, her vocals are stripped back to their true sound and it has lyrical importance. A nod to the world before singles, she has created a piece of art in … Continue Reading →

Foxes connects Two Passions through One Love

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Singer and spokesmodel Foxes is a brand unto herself. Beyond her Grammy-winning music is her runway style, both inspired by her true love: film. Earlier this month, Foxes released her second album, All I Need. Recorded in the US, Sweden, and the UK, Foxes says, “I’m a lot more honest … Continue Reading →

Review: King – We Are King

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Five years following the release of their self-produced EP The Story, King returns with their first full-length album, We Are King. Emerging as a one-stop creative shop-in-demand, writing, arranging, producing and performing all of their ambient mood music, the glorious girl group, comprised of twin sisters Paris and Amber Strother … Continue Reading →

Review: Beneficence – Basement Chemistry

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In the absence of published interviews, you can learn a lot about an artist like Brick City veteran emcee Beneficence by perusing his social media presence. The inspirational words of wisdom he leaves for his fans and supporters. Which book he’s reading for intellectual and spiritual development. Creative inspiration from … Continue Reading →

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