Category: Reviews

‘May I Have This Dance’ Is the Next Wedding Song For Millennials

You don’t have to be familiar with Francis and the Lights to feel the loving, first dance, wedding-song potential of the single, “May I Have This Dance.” Off the 2016 album Farewell Starlite!, the Phil Collins-esque single has since been refreshed and remixed with an added verse from millennial superman Chance the Rapper. Before Chance’s verse, the song simply

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RuPaul’s ‘American’ Is an Energetic Blend of Charisma, Nerve and Talent.

This adventurous album shows the household name of drag under a new light as Ru broadens his vocal and lyrical range. RuPaul has remained America’s sweetheart and the most famous drag queen in the country since the 1980s, and he’s still making music. American is Ru’s 11th album, and it satisfies the usual themes of drag — like charisma, uniqueness,

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Album Review: ‘The World We Built,’ The Wild Reeds

The indie music scene of today could undoubtedly be existing in a “Golden Age” of sorts, with women-led groups dominating the folk genre. While indie folk groups like Joseph and First Aid Kit are indisputably at the top of their respective games right now, The Wild Reeds, whose major label debut album The World We Built was released on April 7,

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