Archive for May,2017

Rogue+Jaye = Wonderful Collaboration

Rogue+Jaye = Wonderful Collaboration

May 31, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Zach Rogue of Rogue Wave and Courtney Jaye have joined forces for their aptly titled duo project, Rogue+Jaye. Most of you are probably somewhat familiar with Rogue, but if you are having trouble trying to place Jaye, there is a […]

Sleep Party People Debuts Lingering

Sleep Party People Debuts Lingering

May 29, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Brian Batz, who goes by the moniker Sleep Party People, has a brand new album on the horizon called, Lingering. The Denmark-native is putting a new, uptempo spin on dream pop. His ability to blend his falsetto, breathy vocals with the ambient […]

Toronto’s VACAY Debuts Howlin’ Wind EP

Toronto’s VACAY Debuts Howlin’ Wind EP

May 26, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

The Toronto singer-songwriter Levi Randall, better known as VACAY, is back with his latest EP, Howlin’ Wind. Earlier in the year, we were treated to the charming, but depressing, single, “Shoes”, and now he is back with 5 additional songs […]

Paramore Returns With After Laughter

Paramore Returns With After Laughter

May 25, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

In sports we always talk about elite athletes. Those who have intangibles that make them a commodity, the epitome of the cream of the crop. The music world isn’t so different, besides the fact that the statistics to base a […]

Mothica Releases Heavy Heart

Mothica Releases Heavy Heart

May 24, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Mackenzie Ellis, who goes by the stage name Mothica, released an enchanting, catchy EP called Heavy Heart. The electro-pop singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, by way of Oklahoma City, OK, created an undeniable buzz around her lead single, “Sometimes”. Heavy Heart does nothing to […]

Lemonade Turns Lucky Seven

Lemonade Turns Lucky Seven

May 23, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

Today officially marks the seventh anniversary for Lemonade Magazine. Back in 2010 things were a little different, I (Brandon) had this crazy idea to create a Kindle-style page flipping experience for Lemonade and that lasted nearly five years before we realized […]

Kylie Hughes Defies Genre Normalcy

Kylie Hughes Defies Genre Normalcy

May 22, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

We have always enjoyed those outside-the-box thinking singer-songwriters that blur the genre lines. Kylie Hughes personifies that genre-bending quality. On her upcoming self-titled album, Kylie Hughes, she has moments where she follows in the footsteps of another famous beach-loving Malibu songstress, Colbie Caillat, […]

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