Category: CD Reviews

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CD Review: Outlive by Demon Hunter

Demon Hunter has always been an interesting face in the metal scene. While there’s a surprising amount of Christian bands in it, Demon Hunter has always been a bit more transparent in their beliefs,...

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CD Review: Everybody Works by Jay Som

It seems that Everybody Works aims to get listeners a little closer to artist Melina Duterte. While the release of her newest album may seem a little more intentional than her last, Turn Into,...

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CD Review: More Life by Drake

In under a year we’ve been blessed with two projects from Canada’s best ever recording artist #HotTake. After a short intro from Nai Palm a beat straight out of If You’re Reading This It’s...

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CD Review: II by The Courtneys

The Courtneys have managed to pull a gritty album together that includes sunny, dreamy tunes. Starting the album with “Blue Velvet,” sets a melancholy tone that transitions smoothly into the following tracks. Talking about...

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CD Review: Drunk by Thundercat

Context is very important with this album. If you don’t know who Thundercat is or what his music is like, then you’re in for a (probably unpleasant) surprise. Drunk is a weird mix of...

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CD Review: Fantôme by Utada Hikaru

Utada Hikaru is a goddess. If you don’t believe me, check the facts. Fantôme is a Japanese-language album that charted in 28 countries on iTunes during its release, including number one in six countries....

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CD Review: Fin by Syd

  From Odd Future to The Internet to her first solo project, alternative R&B artist Syd does a fantastic job on her first independent record. In an album that is 12 tracks long it’s...