Climbing PoeTree’s Creative Force Serves a True Purpose


In a time that feels like ongoing trauma with insurmountable obstacles throughout the world, the sistas of Climbing PoeTree have become a source of strength within those fighting the good fight. With their moral compass securely centered, they are certain that they are a part of something bigger than themselves, … Continue Reading →

Song Of The Day: Father John Misty – When The God Of Love Returns There’ll Be Hell To Pay

“When The God Of Love Returns There’ll Be Hell To Pay” is a track by Father John Misty from the new album “Pure Comedy”.

Video Of The Day: The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk – I Feel It Coming

“I Feel It Coming” featuring Daft Punk is likely the most infectious tune from The Weeknd’s “Starboy” album.

Review: Father John Misty – Pure Comedy


Here’s the lowdown: if you have (and love) Father John Misty’s previous couple of albums, go ahead and buy this one too. It is good. Not quite as enjoyable as his previous ones, but good nonetheless. If, on the other hand, you’re not familiar with any Father John Misty and … Continue Reading →

Alexandra Savior – Belladonna Of Sadness


Singer and songwriter Alexandra Savior releases her debut album “Belladonna Of Sadness”. The now 21-year-old artist hailing from Portland, Oregon, moved to Los Angeles in 2013 to focus on her music after graduating from high school. Alexandra Savior has been highly praised since she was discovered, but had a hard … Continue Reading →

Michelle Branch – Hopeless Romantic


Michelle Branch is set to release her third studio album, titled “Hopeless Romantic”. The pop rock artist from Arizona rose to fame in the early 2000s, having just turned 18 when she released her debut album, “The Spirit Room”, and two years later her sophomore album, together selling almost 4 … Continue Reading →

Review: Leela James – Did It For Love


Everybody doesn’t have to be the same type of artist to be successful. This is Leela James’ philosophy on the music industry she still finds challenging to navigate after over ten years in the business. Regardless, this month she releases her sixth studio album, Did It For Love, a follow-up … Continue Reading →

Review: Y’Akoto – Mermaid Blues


The blues that the sultry Ghanaian-German songstress Y’Akoto radiates has matured into its next incarnation of musical whimsy on her third studio recording, Mermaid Blues. Whereas 2014’s Moody Blues explored the duality of her West African and European roots, this year Y’Akoto transcends the troubled seas of love and acceptance … Continue Reading →

Jennifer Paige – Starflower


Pop star Jennifer Paige has released her fourth studio album, entitled “Starflower”. Paige, who is best known for her 1998 smash hit “Crush”, returns with a Kickstarter-funded record that contains a number of really good pop tunes. Entirely written and produced by Jennifer Paige and Jeremy Bose, the album’s best … Continue Reading →

Video Of The Day: Climbing PoeTree – We Survived

Today marks the release of Climbing PoeTree’s new album “Intrinsic”. The socio-political album features the single “We Survived” that comes with an inspiring music video.

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