N.O.A.H “Shine” Single Review

N.O.A.H’s new single “Shine” both honours the band’s influences and takes root in the times we are living in today.

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Roxy Green “6 Months” Video Review

“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”. These words by John Lennon ring truer today than I think they ever have before. We all had plans to do things, go somewhere, be places that other people were or were not, and then life happened. For most people, these months of unrest, upheaval, and isolation have been like nothing we’ve ever experienced before. For some, however, this kind of experience isn’t a new one.

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Thomas Welding ‘Arcade’ Single Review

At 22 years old Tómas Welding proves that he has a powerful, confident singing voice and vocal delivery.

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Stevie Bill “Better” Single Review

There’s a term that I use a lot for mid-tempo, danceable tracks where the rhythm physically moves me. Songs where I can’t help but smile as they begin and feel completely willing to go down whatever road they want to take me down. Sway, that’s my term for songs like Stevie Bill’s “Better”, and this song has sway for days.

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Little Cities Release Eponymous EP – Reviewed By Josh Taerk

I am a huge fan of Pop Punk music. Some of my fondest memories take place in a now-closed club in Toronto waiting to watch bands like New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack, Plain White T’s, and Fall Out Boy do their thing. So, when I heard the opening seconds of Little Cities self-titled EP, it felt like coming back home. Then I found out that this 5-piece alt-pop rock outfit is also from Canada and knew I was already home.

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Eivør “Let It Come” Single Review

Eivør is an artist and creative force that is completely and unapologetically herself. While her latest single, “Let It Come”, has definitely been influenced by modern electronic and pop music, I would not be telling the whole story simply labelling her new song as such.

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Bitch Falcon “Test Trip” Single Review

“Test Trip” is an energizing journey to the razor-thin line between chaos and precision of sound, led by the incredible and eclectic Irish dream-grunge trio Bitch Falcon.

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VAR’s “Run” Single Review

Every so often a song comes along that is both new, and familiar. Unique, and yet something that feels like it’s been playing in the background of your life forever. That’s exactly how it felt when I listened to VAR’s latest single “Run” for the first time.

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Justin Jesso ‘Too Good To Lose’ Single Review

If you’re a fan of well-crafted, anthemic pop ballads then Justin Jesso’s new single “Too Good To Lose” is definitely for you.

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Disney Like A Pro, Quick Service Food At The Magic Kingdom

As I had mentioned in one of my previous blogs, I am a huge Disney Fan! Some of my earliest memories are of me in front of the TV dancing along with the penguins in Mary Poppins and riding on my dad’s back pretending to be Aladdin. As I got a little older, my weekends were full of cartoons like Recess, Pepper Anne, Doug, The Weekenders, etc on Disney’s One Saturday Morning. So, when my family asked if I wanted to join them in the Happiest Place On Earth over my sister’s reading week break, you all know I said yes!

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A Foodventurer’s Guide To BBQ, 5 Exceptional BBQ Places That Are Must-Tries

I love food, and love visiting local spots / hidden gems while I’m traveling. There’s nothing like driving into a city/town, finding an amazing place to grab some grub, and hanging out before a show. So, I decided to share some of the standout places I’ve been with all of you in a series of blogs. It’s important to mention that these places are going to be from all over the world, and all the places I’m giving you are 100% worth a visit if you are in or planning to be in that part of the world. So, let’s kick things off with a blog dedicated to 5 standout BBQ places I’ve thoroughly enjoyed on my travels.

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Closer To The Heart: Neil Peart And The Creative Process

In the wake of Rush drummer and primary lyricist Neil Peart’s recent death, Josh Taerk takes a closer look at the man himself.

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Enlightenment vs. enlightenment

Do you see a difference between Enlightenment and enlightenment? Josh Taerk lets us know his thoughts on the matter.

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New Years Resolutions 101

With the New Year celebrated and the roaring 20’s officially started, it’s time to dig into those New Year’s Resolutions. Now, I don’t know about all of you, though resolutions can be really motivating, they can also be difficult to keep up as real-life starts to set in after the holiday grace period. So, here are a couple of tips to help you keep your resolutions this year:

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My Top 5 Favourite Christmas Songs of All Time

Josh Taerk tells us his top 5 Christmas songs – is yours on the list? Better be checking it twice!

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Into The Unknown, ‘Frozen 2’ Movie Review

There may be spoilers ahead! Josh Taerk reviews Disney’s ‘Frozen 2’.

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Girl Goin’ For A Grammy, Ashley McBryde And Her Amazing Grammy Nominated song

It’s not every day that you hear about an artist being signed to a major record label at the age of 36 years old, especially in the modern country music landscape. It’s also not every day that you hear that artist is nominated for a Grammy for Best Country Song, with her first major-label release. However, not every artist is Ashley McBryde. Combining the classic country sounds and instrumentation of 90s country music, with honest, heartfelt vocal performances, McBryde is distinguishing herself from the pack and carving out her own place in modern country music.

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