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PVRIS’ “White Noise” is hauntingly memorable

There aren’t many impressive female-led bands out there, and let’s face it… Paramore is a tough act to follow. With the release of their debut record White Noise, Massachusetts-based band PVRIS (pronounced Paris) sets out to fill that void in a refreshing but familiar way.

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A Humble Christmas

As I sit on my couch watching droplets of rain gracefully fall from the sky, I’m warmed by a fire in our wood-burning stove and the soft twinkling of the Christmas tree. This moment is pretty much a quintessential “Christmas” moment. Like the ones depicted on Pinterest by the girls…

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Exploring the hero-villain relationship in ‘Translucid’

Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez teams up for an original story entitled Translucid with his wife, Chondra Echert. The 6-issue series explores the codependent relationship between a hero named the Navigator and the villain, the Horse. While only the first two issues from the series have been released we’ve…

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Salvation for All (Part 3 of 3)

The Shifting Perspective | LUKE 15:25-30 25 “Now his older son was in the field, and as he came and drew near to the house, he heard music and dancing. 26 And he called one of the servants and asked what these things meant. 27 And he said to him,…

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A Humble Christmas

As I sit on my couch watching droplets of rain gracefully fall from the sky, I’m warmed by a fire in our wood-burning stove and the soft twinkling of the Christmas tree. This moment is pretty much a quintessential “Christmas” moment. Like the ones depicted on Pinterest by the girls…

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Spartan Records releases “Homesick,” Fans of Indie Christmas Music Rejoice!

Seattle based independent label Spartan Records has surprised fans today with the release of Homesick: A Spartan Records Christmas Album. The record features nine renditions of holiday classics, both new and old, by Spartan bands. The album is also available for FREE with the purchase of any physical album at…

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Spotify is offering a family plan… Finally!

My wife and I have used Spotify since it launched in the United states in July 2011. Honestly, it’s hard to imagine our musical lives before Spotify. In fact, I haven’t bought an album in years. If you don’t count records that is. Yeah, yeah, I’m a hipster, moving on…