Dan Deacon – Live @ Gallery 5

On what was a typical Tuesday night in RVA, Gallery 5 was transformed into an absolutely bananas madhouse conducted by the gleefully hypnotic Dan Deacon. Riding high off of his most recent release “Gliss Riffer” Deacon brought an off kilter amalgam of psychedelic Simon Says, collective interpretive dance, and manic rave for the venue’s 10th anniversary celebration. Standing alone against

East India Youth – Culture of Volume

  Do you think you’re prepared for a musical flume ride? Sit in that hollowed out log and buckle down,

We Slept At Last – Marika Hackman

  The brooding melodies of Marika Hackman’s We Slept At Last carry one through 45 minutes of trance inducing ballads.

Screaming Females – Rose Mountain

Rose Mountain has Screaming Females bearing their fangs while simultaneously bearing their heart. The album opens with “Empty Head” an

Review: Uptown Special – Mark Ronson

New comers know him for the wildly popular song “Uptown Funk” featuring Bruno Mars…Yes featuring because that is not Bruno

Review: In Bardo – White Arrows

What can be said about something you feel has been done a million times before? That was my initial impression

Review: Tanya Tagaq – Animism, Bjork – Vulnicura

Tanya Tagaq, a Canadian Inuk throat singer, and Bjork, an Icelandic white-throated warbler (courtesy of birdfacts), have enjoyed distinct careers

Review: American Beauty/American Psycho – Fall Out Boy

When bands move towards a catchier, poppier sound the results can often be disastrous. Fall Out Boy is a band

I Love You, Honeybear – Father John Misty

  I Love You, Honeybear is a tragic exposé into the creative process of J TIllman’s mind. The abundance of

Review: Drake – If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late (2015)

of all the rappers, drake would release a mixtape and charge money for it… still, he released the lp, if

Bowden’s Breakdown

Malik Bowden’s Basketball Blog Ram Nation, it’s safe to say the ship has not sunk yet. After beating George Mason

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