Did The Two Year Hiatus Pay off for Oliver Tree? After five years of work with a 2-year delay (label politics) and ever-changing cover arts, Oliver Tree’s (Atlantic Records) debut studio album is out now. The eccentric online personality, who started in the music industry as Tree has grown a mass cult following for his... Continue Reading →

Am I Hallucinating? Or Did Lana Del Rey Just Release a Song with Matt Maeson? As someone who is becoming a fan of Alternative singer/songwriter Matt Maeson, and as a 7-year mega-fan of Lana Del Rey, this remix collaboration could not have come at a better time. Initially released on March 30, 2018, Hallucinogenics was... Continue Reading →

To understand this album, we need some backstory: The only woman to achieve five #1 singles from one album has been Katy Perry. Achieving five hit singles in one album is something of a dream for most pop artist; The first and only other musician to do so (a man) was Michael Jackson with his... Continue Reading →

Local Nomad

Self-proclaimed to be inspired by the sound of Paul Simon’s 70’s sound and Gnarl Barkley’s pop construct, Nomad did not lie with that detailed description of his latest project. We just have to see how realistic this description is.

Not only has Jack been compared to Joseph’s early writings, but before the release of twenty one pilots’ third album TRENCH, Jack wrote a snippet song that passed off as a demo for the song Pet Cheetah due to their similar singing voices. Whether that was planned or for fun, he gained listeners and fans, which to me, is nothing but short of iconic.

While touring in 2018, drummer Joe Seaward was cycling and almost died after being hit by a pick up truck in Ireland. While the band had to cancel touring for the rest of that year, these events embroiled the creation of DREAMLAND.

Yes, even if it has been receiving raving reviews from music fans. I was hesitant because with an over-saturation of music in this streaming age, chasing “good” music is now a hobby in itself. But surprises are surprises for a reason.

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