Monthly Archives: July 2015

Live: Hemispheres – Buried Alive

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VIDEO: Talking Hip Hop Beefs with Allen and Pat

Unless you’ve been disconnected from the internet in recent days, you’ve probably heard about the Twitter rant that Meek Mill went on, and Drake’s not one, but two response tracks. This got us thinking, and naturally, we went live on Meerkat to discuss not only this beef, but Action Bronson vs. Ghostface, Lil Wayne vs. Birdman, and plenty of fictional

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Album Review: It’s Great To Be Alone

Like a fine wine, Estates get better with each new release.¬†With two EPs, a split with Our Lady, and an album, this leads us to their finest album yet titled, It’s Great To Be Alone. Possibly the best album in Milwaukee’s emo revival scene. On to the review!   Tuesday So already I’m completely hooked by this fast opener. The

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Album Review: Lucid

From the mind of Samer Ghani comes an electronic project called Comet Tales. A fun and dreamy band that draws influence from groups such as Owl City and Angels & Airwaves. Over a year of hard work has led to his first release called Lucid, a mellow (and sometimes aggressive) album that should be played on a night drive with

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