Category: CD Reviews

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CD Review: Harry Styles by Harry Styles

One Direction’s Harry Styles has gone solo and while his new album showcases what his vocal range can do when he’s on his own, it doesn’t offer much personality. The standout of the album...

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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...