Category: Reviews

Snowglobe 2018 Recap

It’s a known fact that people seek out shows and performances as a way to celebrate the beginning of a new year. It’s also true that there is no experience like the one shared by attendees of Snowglobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Snowglobe 2018 offered three stages where a blizzard of well-curated…

Album Review: Oliver Tree

By Johanna Mayer Oliver Tree is that kid from middle school with the bowl-cut and a neon windbreaker who was considered a “weirdo”. The only difference is that today in 2018, he is widely accepted by those who were considered the outkast. Tree is from the coast of Santa Cruz, California which has an eclectic…

Trip- Jhené Aiko

    Jhené Aiko has released her newest album Trip this year. This album is a filled with a lot of music, containing 22 tracks. Before I explain everything about this beautiful creation Jhené Aiko has created, I want to give you some background information about Jhené. Jhené is an R&B/Soul artist who emerged and…

Blkswn – Smino

  St. Louis based rapper Smino is making his own lane with his debut album blkswn. It follows up his blkjuptr EP released in 2015. The eighteen-song deep album is mostly produced by close friend and LA-based Soulection artist, Monte Booker, hailing from Chicago. Blkswn crosses the line between hip hop, soul, jazz, funk, and…

Moh Lhean – Why?

Moh Lhean marks the triumphant return of Why? After almost five years since their last full length release Why? still occupy their own sonic space and defy easy categorization. Certainly their strongest album since Alopecia, the most exciting part of this release is that it finds front man Yoni Wolf with a refreshing new outlook…