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Don’t Breathe – Movie Review

Don’t Breathe – Movie Review

Don’t Breathe – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Sony Pictures One of the earliest moments of fright in Don’t Breathe has a dog suddenly appearing, creating a jump scare. One would think this is a sign the rest [...]

August 25, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
He Is Me – Let It Drip – Single Review

He Is Me – Let It Drip – Single Review

Experimental industrial rock seems to slip in and out of vogue, with both David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails pushing it to the forefront, sometimes together. The new collaborative duo from seasoned musicians Steve Moore and Casey Braunger, He Is Me have [...]

August 24, 2016 Alternative Rock, Rock, Uncategorized
The Slang – Night And Day – Album Review

The Slang – Night And Day – Album Review

Instead of writing demo’s for their full albums, some bands truly craft EP’s as full-fledged records of their own. On The Slang‘s new EP Night And Day the band land five solid songs mixing elements indie rock, with something dark. With [...]

August 22, 2016 Album Reviews, Alternative Rock, Uncategorized
Jim Peterik releases new inspired single “We All Bleed Red”

Jim Peterik releases new inspired single “We All Bleed Red”

Iconic songwriter Jim Peterik, credited with writing the Rocky III anthem “Eye of the Tiger” as original frontman of Survivor, has released an inspired new video single in reaction to the horrific Orlando shooting. Check out the video for “We All Bleed [...]

August 20, 2016 Alternative Rock, New Tracks3
Robert J. Kemp – Warmer Now – Album Review 

Robert J. Kemp – Warmer Now – Album Review 

Released on July 1, Robert J. Kemp’s Warmer Now is a catholic venture into the world of electronic ambiance. This 8-track EP is the latest composition from Kemp, following up a long line of homegrown musical endeavours. Written and recorded in a [...]

August 19, 2016 Album Reviews, Electronic, Hamilton Bands, Indie, Post Rock, shoegaze, What's Hot
Hell or High Water – Movie Review

Hell or High Water – Movie Review

Hell or High Water – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy VVS Films Sometimes, a simple cops and robbers story will do the trick. Director David Mackenzie crafts exactly that with Hell or High Water, but it doesn’t portray [...]

August 19, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Kubo and the Two Strings – Movie Review

Kubo and the Two Strings – Movie Review

Kubo and the Two Strings – Movie Review Rating: A- (Great) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy eOne Films With only four films, Laika has established itself as a noteworthy maker of stop-motion animation. There’s a darkness surrounding all of their films, but also [...]

August 18, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Holly Montgomery – Leaving Eden – Album Review

Holly Montgomery – Leaving Eden – Album Review

There are so few lead singers who play the bass anymore that its even more refreshing coming from a solo artist. On Holly Montgomery‘s Leaving Eden she mixes her Linda Perry-style vocals with amazing bass-lines on an album that crafts [...]

August 15, 2016 Album Reviews
Florence Foster Jenkins – Movie Review

Florence Foster Jenkins – Movie Review

Florence Foster Jenkins – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy eOne Films It is a genuine belief from some people that everyone is talented and the key is trying to figure out how to nurture that and bring it [...]

August 14, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Chrystyna Marie – Loaded Gun EP – Album Review          

Chrystyna Marie – Loaded Gun EP – Album Review          

Singer-songwriters always have something that sets them apart, a quirky sound, lyrics that make jokes within a melody, and for some it comes down to a commanding voice. On Chrystyna Marie‘s new EP Loaded Gun she calls upon ears with [...]

August 13, 2016 Album Reviews, Canadian Music
Pete’s Dragon – Movie Review

Pete’s Dragon – Movie Review

Pete’s Dragon – Movie Review Rating: C (Average) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Walt Disney Studios With Disney’s recent decision to make new films inspired by their back catalogue, it makes sense to remake their 1970’s output. A period of transition for the [...]

August 12, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Randy Aloysius – Yesterday (Part 1) – Album Review

Randy Aloysius – Yesterday (Part 1) – Album Review

On Montreal’s Randy Aloysius’ new album Yesterday (Part 1) there’s a sense of joy, a sense of sorrow, and thankfully a great sense of talent. Mixing parts Barenaked Ladies parts Old Crow Medicine Show, some trumpet and a singer songwriter [...]

August 9, 2016 Album Reviews
Sausage Party – Movie Review

Sausage Party – Movie Review

Sausage Party – Movie Review Rating: B+ (Very Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Sony Pictures Sausage Party deserves to be celebrated, if only for the audacity of the idea and that a major studio was willing to bankroll it and give it [...]

August 9, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Federico Balducci – Cause à Effet – Album Review

Federico Balducci – Cause à Effet – Album Review

Suicide is a difficult subject to broach, but art has an ability to give perspectives on subjects that might otherwise get swept under the rug. In Boston artist Federico Balducci’s instrumental album Cause à Effet he takes inspiration from some [...]

August 8, 2016 Album Reviews
Suicide Squad – Movie Review

Suicide Squad – Movie Review

Suicide Squad – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Warner Brothers Pictures With so many comic book movies focused on superheroes, the possibility exists for a refreshing blockbuster with villains as the focus. Suicide Squad and director David Ayer [...]

August 5, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES

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