Raheem Devaughn Will Make you Proud to be a Woman

I love music of all kinds: I love Hip Hop, R&B, Alternative, Rock, and even love to sing in the shower to Country music. I (like many others) use different kinds of music for different things in my life. On the surface, the music is fine; the hottest beats and awesome collaboration between chart topping artists as well as the high production value make it popular. Artists like Future, 2

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Garfunkel & Oates Can Help You Chill, So You Don’t Take Everything So Seriously

I found Garfunkel & Oates on Netflix last month, right after it was decided that the show would not receive a second season. It’s a shame, because Garfunkel & Oates is a wonderful show, unique and silly, honest and heartfelt, with a female duo as the main characters (We’re just now getting to the point where male-female duos are acceptable, such as Fred Armisen & Carrie Brownstein in Portlandia or

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Statues of Cats- Not Your Grandma’s Brand of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Blown PA systems, relentless rain (in LA?) and oil-can guitars are just another day in paradise for one of Los Angeles’s most interesting young indie rock bands. It’s a rare rainy Saturday night in Los Angeles. There’s a seemingly unassuming venue on the outskirts of Koreatown, conspicuously lit up amongst a row of darkened windows. Step inside, and the world changes. Los Angeles’s Heart of Art Gallery is a true

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Taarka Releases Groundbreaking New Album

The title of Taarka’s 2013 album, Adventures in Vagabondia, wound up being a little too autobiographical when David Tiller and Enion Pelta-Tiller, the couple forming the band’s core, lost their home in Colorado’s devastating floods that fall. Which might be why they went with Making Tracks Home for their March 24, 2015 release. After an experience like that, home becomes even more special — though they’re also making tracks to

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