The Sentiments of Girl Power: Bea Miller

  Bea Miller first launched her career at the age of thirteen. Her parents were poor and on the verge of losing everything when she decided to take her talents towards a professional level. Because of this, she’s never been a stranger to trials and hard work. In 2012, she was a contestant on the […]

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Country Music with an Attitude: Fairground Saints

The past few days in New York City were filled with wondrous adventures, but I have missed the comforts of southern hospitality. Fairground Saints is the first country band to be featured on the blog, and I think they’re a perfect fit for the title. Their bluegrass roots and country twang have some not so […]

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Pop Rock Gets an Extra Edge: Mainland

In honor of my trip to New York City, I’ve decided to dedicate this week’s artist feature to a New York band based in Brooklyn, Mainland. This group of guys never fail to surprise me. The first was when they opened for Marianas Trench. Jordan’s vocals for the bridge in “Fading Friends” completely caught me […]

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Bathing in a Post Party Glow: Handsome Ghost

You know the feeling at the end of a perfect day that puts you in bed with the most secure intuition that maybe the world isn’t so bad after all? Tim Noyes, the brains behind Handsome Ghost, has captured this phenomenal emotion and transformed it into a new genre of indie pop that strips itself […]

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Rocking Out in The Motherland: MilesExperience

I’m spending a couple weeks in the Philippines to surprise my grandma for her 80th birthday, so I figured now was the time to finally check out some Filipino bands. There was one band that stood out in particular while on the hunt for some new music: MilesExperience. This rock band has a unique sound […]

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The Rebels of Both Pop and Rock: Marianas Trench

If you’re from Canada, chances are you already know about this incredible band. After all, they are already filling up stadiums in their home country. I also mentioned them in my list of the top five shows I’ve been to. Just like their concerts, the band is truly unique. “Too rock” for mainstream pop stations […]

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Folk-Pop’s Perfect Pick Me Up: Oh Honey

If you’re ever down on your luck, Oh Honey has the perfect soundtrack to help turn that frown upside down. Their tunes are perfectly orchestrated to lift any moods with harmonies that don’t technically blend into beautiful voice but rather showcase each vocalists’ strengths. The folk-pop duo, featuring Mitchy Collins and Danielle Bouchard, is based […]

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Achieving the Perfect Balance Between Grunge and Hip Hop: Tangerine

It is few and far between that I like an opening band so much, their entire discography ends up being added to my Spotify library. Tangerine happens to be one of these rare occasions. When they opened for Bleachers, I was completely entranced by Marika’s delicate voice, coupled with the guitars’ screeching melodies. The concoction […]

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Whimsical Juxtaposition: Roger Harvey

Twelve Houses by Roger Harvey is an album from out of this world, or at the very least, out of this dimension. With title tracks like “One Night as an Astronaut” and “Psychedelic Dogs,” it’s clear that his audience is in for a new kind of listening experience. He even transports his listeners to a […]

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