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Track Review: Stay // Victoria Justice

It was almost ten years ago that Victorious first hit television screens. The sitcom spawned mainstream names such as singer Ariana Grande, record producer Leon Thomas III, Dynasty actress Liz Gillies, among others. The series lead was Victoria Justice, who played Tori Vega. Justice’s music career was once tied and defined by her as an […]Read More

Track Review: Pink Things // Eleanor Kingston

Luscious in faded neon, Eleanor Kingston’s latest single is a track off of her new EP, Great Kind of Madness Pt. 1. A blend of indie Ariana Grande, the lighter side of Melanie Martinez, and the soft edges of Halsey’s vocals, ‘Pink Things’ sparks curious marvel with dark pop wrapped in drops of synth. As […]Read More

Song of the Week: drivers license // Olivia Rodrigo

A newcomer into the music scene, Olivia Rodrigo is a Filipino actress and singer. She is widely recognized for her Disney roles such as Paige Olvera in Bizaardvark, and most notably, Nini Salazar-Roberts in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Because of this, the latter has become a stepping stone into her journey as […]Read More

Interview: Anairis Quiñones on Diversity in Anime and Voice Acting

My Hero Academia just recently announced their third film to be released next summer. In preparation for all new content coming in 2021, including its fifth season, we interviewed Anairis Quiñones, voice of Rabbit Hero: Mirko. Anairis has an abundance of voice roles in indie games and animation. She plays Nessa in Pokémon: Twilight Wings, […]Read More

Interview: Justin Briner and Clifford Chapin on ‘My Hero Academia:

My Hero Academia is an ever-growing cultural phenomenon. The series explores superheroes outside the context of Western comic books. And this world continues to expand with the release of its second film, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. We spoke to lead English voice actors, Justin Briner (Izuku Midoriya/Deku) and Clifford Chapin (Katsuki Bakugou) ahead of […]Read More

Shaman King 2021: The 500 Year Wait is Over

On June 11 2020 was the date when news of the anime series Shaman King bomb dropped. Safe to say, nobody saw it coming. It has been a desire for many nostalgia enthusiasts to re-experience such glorified memorabilia of their childhoods. The past few years have been rife with old anime coming back to reclaim […]Read More

Track Review: Suicide // Lada Beseda

Dark with a classy touch, the track begins by setting its tone. This is followed by rough piano playing to exhibit a misty haze, which eases us into a false sense of security. ‘Suicide’, released on 4th September, is trap with touches of soul and monochrome pop. Lada Beseda, singer-songwriter and producer born and raised […]Read More

Track Review: Honest With You // Laura Marano

Post the success of her first single ‘Boombox’ in 2016, Laura Marano fell off the musical radar. She remained stagnant with no album releases—not even a breath of new music after her second single ‘Lala’ released that same year. Fast forward to 2018 after a collaboration with Bo Talks called ‘Weekend’. Since then, Marano has […]Read More

Interview: James Qupid

With layers of bubble funk and synthetic jazz, James Qupid’s tunes are summer-made and aesthetically sound. With a touch of his personality and spirituality, he gives all he can to his music. As such, his latest release ‘Holy Water’ provides the flare and fashion of a laidback Florida man like him who grew up immersed […]Read More

Jimmie Allen – Collaborative EP ‘Bettie James’ Out Today

Romantic blues and jazzy strums, platinum-selling country singer/songwriter Jimmie Allen stuns with R&B inspired tunes in the country lane. Today marks the release of his upcoming collaborative EP Bettie James. Named wonderfully after his late father James Allen, and grandmother Bettie Snead, the project features several well named artists. Jimmie Allen is far from the […]Read More

Poem of the Week: Man Down // Kate Tempest

Kate Tempest has a thing for the senses. Her pleasant delivery of spoken poetry are like small pieces of informational strums tugging at our hearts. She draws experience from touches, of tangible things to see, melted words and realisations readers are not often confronted with. Such is the magic of Tempest’s poetry; when I first […]Read More

Interview: Haley & Michaels

Country charm and fated romance, tangled in music sheets and coffee talks: husband and wife duo Haley & Michaels recently released their single ‘Hail Mary’ in the UK. I caught them for a quick telephone interview where we talked about how they met, pregnancy and lockdown, and their love for country music. If you’re making […]Read More