Live Review: NYC’s First Ever Escape Music Festival

October 14, 2014 1 comment

This past weekend at Governor’s Beach Club in New York City, my friends over at The Most Definitely and The Beautiful Buzzz put on the first ever Escape Music Festival presented by emerging lifestyle clothing label MyLife ( On an intimate beach setting with the towering backdrop of Manhattan’s financial district and the Hudson, a slew […]

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April 23, 2014 No comments yet

And she’s going to prove it to you by hating on women. On the title track off her upcoming LP “Sheezus,” Allen name-checks pop royalty across the charts from Top 40 veterans including Beyoncé and Lady Gaga to new additions like Lorde. Referring to her musical cohorts as competitors she’s ready to “lace-up” and step into the “ring” with now that she’s back in the music […]

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Review: Divergent Soundtrack

March 11, 2014 No comments yet

The soundtrack for the upcoming film Divergent is out, and just like the books, the soundtrack is trying to follow in the footsteps of successful predecessors Twilight and The Hunger Games. Divergent is set in the dystopian future, and the soundtrack is definitely trying to get there by using some cues from the dysfunctional present. […]

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Review: ScHoolboy Q – “Oxymoron”

February 26, 2014 No comments yet

By Alex Siber Figueroa Street runs for thirty continuous miles, binding together a series of neighborhoods, ethnicities and nationally known landmarks in Los Angeles County, California. Raised towards the southern portion of what he refers to as Figg St., ScHoolboy Q personifies what it means to have started at the bottom: narcotics, crime and an […]

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