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EP Review: Wino Rider

Released August 4th, the three track EP Wino Rider comes from L.A. husband-wife duo Danjasop, an act emerging from a dance music scene that’s been spearheaded by Mad Decent and is influenced by heavy bass. The EP is part one of a two part series, the second part being a project that should be released […]

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My Top 5 Albums of 2013 – #4: Land of 1000 Chances

What do you think the life of a DJ is like? Sure, successful ones like Avicci and Skrillex can live the same quality of life the biggest pop stars do, but what about the work they put into making an album? From my first thoughts on the concept, there’s certainly a lot of engineering, mixing, […]

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My Top 5 Songs of 2013

From radio hits to deep album cuts, I was impressed by a countless amount of songs this year. Granted, I’ve probably listened to more music this year than I ever have too. Having said that, some of these decisions were a lot more difficult than others, but I think I’ve made a list that gives […]

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Miscellaneous Album Reviews

Song by Song Album Review: Yeezus

Brought to you by popular demand (a.k.a one person put in a request), I present my song-by-song review of Kanye West’s most recent album release, Yeezus. The title rivals the name of his newborn child (North West) in dickiness, but at this point I don’t expect anything less from Kanye. He has channeled his ego […]

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Wild Card Wednesday: “Safe and Sound” by Capital Cities

When my sister first introduced this band to me and I heard “Safe and Sound” (the first track off their debut album), I initially thought it was super dicky for being the music behind the Yahoo! On the Road Tour Spotify commercials. I got over this gripe quickly, as this song’s vocals, horns, and synths […]