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Colin Dieden writes about a plethora of little hurts scarring the songs on his new Alt.Pop solo project album, Lovely Hours. The sanguine disappointments of everyday life, the internalized pressures of wrestling with identity, and cure-alls for emotional maladies that ultimately prove transient and superficial. The songs he’s written for Lovely Hours lay his little hurts bare. He never flinches
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Hollywood is a fickle place where one misstep can end a person’s career. There are many actors who’ve made bad films here and there, but some have starred in such terrible movies that they struggled to recover and find work ever again. From Hayden Christensen’s unpopular role in Star Wars to Mike Myers’ Love Guru
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Lyrics can both tell us a story and offer us deeper insight into the emotional depth of the person composing them, but in the new single from Leo Sawikin, the aptly-titled “Hold On,” they undisputedly do both. Sawikin relates to the listener in poetic terminology on the conventional level only when it is convenient to
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Popular K-pop super-group NCT, which has over 20 members, has lost a member. Lucas, who was part of the sub-unit group WayV, as well as the collaborative group SuperM, announced his departure from the groups on Instagram on May 10. “After much deliberation and reflection, I have made the difficult decision to part ways with
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While there’s no denying the wealth of the instrumentation that Daniel Grindstaff presents in his new single “Three Arrows” collectively, if there’s one element worth singling out in a breakdown of this track, it’s likely the sterling banjo parts. If you’re as much a fan of indie music as I am, you’re already aware of
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Nicki Minaj might be in album and tour mode. On Wednesday (May 10), Nicki Minaj shared a video on Instagram (below) showing various clips of herself. Lil Wayne and Drake also make cameos in the snippet. The video is scored with the 2021 Nicki track “Seeing Green” featuring Lil Wayne and Drake. In the caption of
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Ed Sheeran has seen massive success in his career while creating a brand of music that is uniquely his own. His mix of pop, singer-songwriter, folk and rock music has captivated fans for years, and the superstar says he isn’t opposed transitioning to country someday. If country music is Sheeran’s next destination, he’s headed in
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Morgan Wallen is canceling or postponing six weeks’ worth of concerts after doctors ordered that he go on vocal rest. The “Last Night” singer re-aggravated a vocal injury suffered earlier on his One Thing at a Time Tour. A list of those postponed dates was not provided alongside Wallen’s message to fans, but six weeks would mean all shows through
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When a musician manages to release a few well-received LPs throughout their career, history tells us that everything we need to learn about the depth of the player’s craft can be found in the tracklist of the first and last of this set. Enter Sasha Leonov’s Nomad; in his latest release, the noted singer/songwriter is committed
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