Retroactive Review: Old Ideas by Leonard Cohen

Retroactive Review: Old Ideas by Leonard Cohen

Music Review: Old Ideas/Leonard Cohen (Released on January 31, 2012 by Columbia) by Greg Allard Even if you are a big fan of Leonard Cohen’s catalogue, which has spanned 11 studio albums from his debut Songs of Leonard Cohen in 1967 to 2004’s Dear Heather, when you...
Dante Lima Talks Debut Record

Dante Lima Talks Debut Record

(photo courtesy of Concept Photography) Year of the Ox: Dante Lima on Songwriting, Marriage, Americana, and His Locally Famous Friends By Celia Almeida They say spring is the season for love. The birds chirp, the flowers bloom, the snow melts. Maybe it’s because...
Nas’s Illmatic As Relevant As Ever

Nas’s Illmatic As Relevant As Ever

by Devananda Sadkin Throughout its relatively young lifespan, hip-hop has seen many phases and regional influences, each with its own pioneers, champions, and also detractors of the style. Over the years we have seen the music evolve from being an escape from violence...
Stay Glad with The Pseudo Kids

Stay Glad with The Pseudo Kids

 Music Review: Stay Glad/The Pseudo Kids (released on 2012)  By Greg Allard The Pseudo Kids have done it again with their new four-track EP “Stay Glad,” namely somehow pulling off a happy optimistic sound despite the dark, introspective lyrics that dominate most of...

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