The Vast Oddity [unedited] Music Review

Photo taken by Bev Mortimer "Since ancient times, humans have assigned healing and transformational properties to water. In early Rome, baths were an important part of cultural life, a place where citizens went to find relaxation and to connect with others in a calming setting. In ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicinal wisdom, and traditional Chinese … Continue reading The Vast Oddity [unedited] Music Review

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Avi Buffalo [unedited] Music Review

Photo of Avi Zahner-Isenberg by Jasmine Caprice In 2010, I was 16 years old and Avi Zahner-Isenberg was 18. For many teenagers, those years are full of hormones that, to all of our credit, are hard to control and deal with. For me, I usually turned to music to cope with basically anything I struggled … Continue reading Avi Buffalo [unedited] Music Review

Bree Lefler [unedited] Music Review

In my personal opinion, a song should never be forcefully written. Making a song should be about something that is meaningful. Now I understand all songwriters are different, and there are many or some writers that can just write a song without any personal influences. But to people who are rather emotionally creative people like … Continue reading Bree Lefler [unedited] Music Review

Holly Auna [unedited] Music Review

Right now, I am writing in my backyard with my slippers on and I am feeling very relaxed and in the moment. The fact that I decided to review Holly Auna's music doesn't really feel like a coincidence at the moment, but it definitely fits into my surroundings."I was writing silly little songs when I … Continue reading Holly Auna [unedited] Music Review

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Radio for June [unedited] Music Review

An ambient electronic beat with drums in the background and a smooth/echo-like vocals with acoustic guitar riffs also in the background. This is what most of Radio for June's songs sound like... Relaxing... Calm... And peaceful, almost as if Thomas and Stephen LaVine are helping you through the emotions of each song. These songs are … Continue reading Radio for June [unedited] Music Review