Williamson
Oct31

Williamson

Williamson By Dani Kowalczyk Oh Wade Williamson, you make reviewing you so easy. Or maybe more difficult because I’ve developed an affection for you, over most. Disclaimer: I have not met, experienced or listened to Williamson prior to this meeting, to this, dare I say..awakening?! Seriously, the electo-rock jams of Williamson’s ‘Backesto Park’ are reminiscent of Tycho, RATATAT, and maybe just a little bit like...

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Interview with Michael Persall
Oct30

Interview with Michael Persall

Michael Persall By Dani Kowalczyk The very young but very acclaimed singer/songwriter, and recent NYU graduate, Michael Persall has been featured on Baeble Music, Surviving The Golden Age, Performer Magazine, and PopDose for his belting pipes. And after touring the states, playing 400 shows, Michael will debut his sophomore album, 400 to the masses, this coming Fall. Inspired by the likes of The Beach Boys, Elvis, and even Otis...

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Interview with Color Palette
Oct28

Interview with Color Palette

Color Palette  By Brooke Magalis Color Palette certainly hit the nail on the head with their band name. Their soundscape is like an over-saturated photo, colored meticulously with synths, guitar, a bass, and drums; they strive to connect emotions to colors. There’s so much movement in each song, and it’s all so melodic. The electro-rock band makes music that swells to evince emotion. You can hear their feelings when you...

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Carmen Copenhagen
Oct27

Carmen Copenhagen

Carmen Copenhagen By Serenat Kivilcim Carmen Copenhagen is one of Copenhagen’s best and oldest vintage stores nestled in Larsbjørnssstræde, where there is a young crowd and an abundance of cool stores.This particular store carries both men and women’s clothing, shoes, accessories and jewelry with the funkiness of the 70’s and 80’s culture. The store occupies a charmingly musty basement with an eclectic selection of items all around. I...

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Idiot Grins
Oct27

Idiot Grins

Idiot Grins By Dani Kowalczyk The Sophomore album of Idiot Grins, ‘Big Man’ packs a big time punch. The 11 track LP pays it’s dues to the blues and jazz pop sources like Baltimore, Memphis soul, and Chicago jazz. But different from their first album is the more R&B feel, the more smooth romantic lyrically telling tracks like Big Man and Sunggy Do. The influences quoted reign in the likes of Booker T, Same &...

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