Review: Santana – Blessings And Miracles

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The unique sound of Carlos Santana’s guitar is legendary. He is one of these rare musicians who not only play their instrument skillfully but truly make it sing. Throughout his exceptional career, both as a solo artist and as the lead musician of his band, the Mexican-American virtuoso has touched … Continue Reading →

Review: Mari Conti – Invisible Things

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Almost a decade after the release of her debut album, “Gentle Beauty”, Italian singer-songwriter Mari Conti is back with her sophomore LP, “Invisible Things”. Being immersed in music her entire life, Conti describes her first album as her manifesto: “I couldn’t live my life without searching for the beauty in … Continue Reading →

Grapefruit Season: James Vincent McMorrow is feeding the eclectic music lover

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If you’re like me, the period of time the world has gone into lockdown has been a time of self-reflection. Time spent figuring out what I want to do with my life, trying out a new hobby and attempting to learn a new language. Or maybe you improved things you … Continue Reading →

Kacey Musgraves – Star-Crossed

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Kacey Musgraves, six-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, has published her fourth studio album, “Star-Crossed”. For her debut LP, “Same Trailer Different Park”, and its lead single, “Merry Go ‘Round”, Musgraves received two Grammy Awards, and for her third album, “Golden Hour”, and its most prominent singles, “Space Cowboy” and “Butterflies”, she collected … Continue Reading →

Little Simz – Sometimes I Might Be Introvert

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British hip-hop artist and actress Little Simz has released her highly-anticipated fourth studio album, entitled “Sometimes I Might Be Introvert”. Born in 1994 to Nigerian parents, the Londoner’s rap career began in 2010, the same year as her acting debut in a BBC series aired on TV. Little Simz’s new … Continue Reading →

Kool & The Gang – Perfect Union

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Legendary soul band Kool & The Gang is back with their 22nd studio album, titled “Perfect Union”. Almost 52 years have passed since the group from New Jersey released their first album and the line-up has changed a lot with only two founding members remaining today. The new ten-track album … Continue Reading →

Billie Eilish – Happier Than Ever

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Seven-time Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish has released her sophomore album, “Happier Than Ever”. Two years ago, the full-length debut by then 17-year-old Eilish topped the charts around the world and subsequently received Platinum certifications in many countries. But was it actually a good album? Not so much. However, since … Continue Reading →

Review: Prince – Welcome 2 America

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Saying that Prince is one of the greatest musicians of all time is a statement that might not garner much attention because the artist himself has proven that to be true too many times in his prolific music career. Prince made music up until his sad demise in 2016 and … Continue Reading →

Durand Jones & The Indications – Private Space

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Soul group Durand Jones & The Indications has released their third studio album, entitled “Private Space”. The five-piece band from Indiana was nominated for the Album Of The Year Award at the 3rd annual Pop Awards with their highly acclaimed sophomore LP, “American Love Call”. Durand Jones & The Indications’ … Continue Reading →

Review: Mozez – Lights On

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How do you classify an artist who seamlessly blends experimental EDM, pop, R&B, soul, and gospel? You don’t. You simply sit back and enjoy the ride. And what an enjoyable ride it is! With his new album, “Lights On”, Mozez takes us on a spiritual journey that will leave none … Continue Reading →