Review of J. Cole’s album “The Off-Season”

A music aficionado with a knack for writing. A die-hard hip-hop fan who enjoys boom-bap beats and bars. Album Cover for “The Off-Season.” Album Review: “The Off-Season” Jermaine Cole’s sixth studio album, The Off-Season, is one of the most enjoyable albums he has released in recent years, in my opinion—most likely because I did not … Read more

Farmers and Tractors are featured in 46 songs.

FlourishAnyway is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song, and believes there is a playlist for just about any situation. With a playlist of songs about tractors and farming, honor farmers who work the land, rotate the crops, and harvest the fields to feed the nation. It’s impossible to take the … Read more

Flamingo Jones’ “A Cup of Good Smelling Coffee” is a synth album worth checking out.

He’s a music, art, and writing aficionado! Karl has been working as a freelance writer for more than ten years. First Impressions Through the richness of his music, Flamingo Jones keeps my ears open to hear the story unfold. A Cup of Good Smelling Coffee by Flamingo Jones is a synth-based album that incorporates a … Read more

Self-Reliance is the subject of 47 songs.

FlourishAnyway is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song, and believes there is a playlist for just about any situation. With a playlist of pop, rock, country, and R&B songs about self-reliance, you can celebrate the challenge of successful adulting. Adulting is a skill that can be learned. Newly minted graduates … Read more

The 100 Greatest Torch Songs

For the past six years, I’ve worked as an online writer. Books, philosophy, music, and the music industry are all things that I am passionate about. When you’re enslaved by unrequited love, you’ll experience a diabolical feeling. You feel lovelorn and lost in love when you have strong feelings for someone and the other person … Read more

Daniel Quasar’s “WAVES” Synth Album Review

Karl has been working as a freelance writer for more than ten years. He’s a music, art, and writing aficionado! First Impressions The deep sense of loneliness is occasionally pierced by light and more uplifting moments. WAVES is an album by Daniel Quasar that explores issues of being and becoming, as well as loss and … Read more

CD Review by CJSS for “2-4-1”

Since the early 1980s, I’ve been an obsessive hard rock/heavy metal fan and collector. I’m in if it has a good guitar riff and attitude. Cover of the 2006 Lion Music reissue “2-4-1,” CJSS (World Gone Mad and Praise the Loud reissued on one CD) Leviathan Records released the album in 1986. Leviathan Records (USA), … Read more

CD Review: Aerosmith “Unplugged 1990”

I’m in if it has a good guitar riff and attitude. Since the early 1980s, I’ve been an obsessive hard rock/heavy metal fan and collector. “Unplugged 1990” by Aerosmith On August 11, 1990, at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, a live recording was made. 2017 (Unofficial Release) Zip City It was only … Read more

SeYSMIC’s “Resurrection” receives a Darksynth album review.

Karl has been working as a freelance writer for more than ten years. He’s a music, art, and writing aficionado! First Impressions Resurrection by SeYSMIC is a dark, brooding horror film of an album, drenched in shadow, steeped in intricate guitar, and tinged with classical influences. The music has a strong sense of imagery, and … Read more