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What I’m Thinking Right Now about Toast’s New Album

The idea of the local band is a rather foggy concept - as it seems everyone and their dog wants to be a rockstar these days. But despite the prevalence of that trend, local alt-rock band Toast is comprised of brilliant, young musicians with a clear vision for greatness. Based in the South Shore of Massachusetts, they are led by the dynamic vocals...

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Anna Vaus’ Sugary-Sweet Wild Honey EP Is Worth a Listen

I should start off by admitting I typically don't love country music. And in my defense, I'd argue this EP is situated a bit more on the pop end of the country spectrum. But yes - it's undeniably got country roots and sound (melodically and harmonically). And surprisingly - I'm not mad about it.

Anna Vaus first found her...

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Waterparks Isn’t Kidding About Their Fourth Album Greatest Hits

Nothing this band does is without purpose - and this album is a great testament to that. From writing all kinds of inventive sound-effect laden songs heavily dependent on digitized vocal effects and techno-beats, Awsten recently mentioned having over a hundred potential songs to choose from for this latest collection. Even the name of this album is rather bold, implying perhaps a mix...

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Hayley Williams Immortalizes Memory and Growth in Flowers For Vases

As everyone seems to be on edge after a tumultuous year (and another uncertain one ahead), the queen of alternative pop delivers another wistful gem full of honest hope. Flowers for Vases is her second full-length album, the sequel to Petals for Armor released one day short of a year since the first one.

Both albums have taken a...

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