My Favourite Albums of 2021

Hey, long time no see, Internet. Here I am, re-emerging from my year-long hibernation to participate in the annual record recap/love-in. It’s been quite the year, but you already know that. It’s been a year for music too, which is something you probably also already know. Here are my choice cuts from the last twelve… Read More My Favourite Albums of 2021

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Record of the Day #2 – The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Between Bodies

The World Is A Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid To Die have never been a band afraid to push the envelope. Even their very name seems a challenge to the listener, an obstacle of sorts to overcome as a way to gain a greater appreciation for the music produced under the moniker. With… Read More Record of the Day #2 – The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Between Bodies

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On the Importance of the iPod, Over the Years

I turned twenty-two yesterday. I heard Taylor Swift’s hit song 22 probably more than twenty-two times yesterday. Probably twenty-three Turning twenty-two means that it’s been twelve years since I owned my first iPod. At ten, to celebrate moving into double-digits, my parents bought me an iPod Mini, in bright blue. I think they bought it… Read More On the Importance of the iPod, Over the Years

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Thoughts From 40,000 Feet (Another Quick Poem)

Take off, taking away, leaving family, leaving friends for a southern state appeal. I watch them from a congested commuter train then think about them later on the plane, as wheels retract and consequences impact. At 21 I’m already twenty-gone. I’m alone up here now, hesitant and hovering above a waking world, above everything, all… Read More Thoughts From 40,000 Feet (Another Quick Poem)

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The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven (Review)

Since first hearing The Upsides some five years ago, in an old friends bedroom, The Wonder Years have always been a constant in my musical life, each of their records an anchor to a particular period of time, realigning with each new release. The bands second record was for the angst-riddled teenager I was back then, hating… Read More The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven (Review)

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