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  • "Spook The Herd" Lanterns on The Lake

    "Spook the Herd" is the fourth studio album by indie rock band Lanterns on the Lake. It is a five-member group originating from Newcastle, United Kingdom. I previously had never heard of this band before looking for new albums that had been released recently. 

  • "Slide" Sada Baby

    Sada Baby is a 26-year-old American rapper from Detroit, Michigan, who recently released a hit single on YouTube titled "Slide."

  • "The Slow Rush" Tame Impala

    Tame Impala's fourth studio album, "The Slow Rush," is a multi-layered, extraordinarily detailed record that is fresh to the ears. The psychedelic music projects of Australian multi-instrumentalist, Kevin Parker, offers their appeal once again with this new record, released on Valentine's Day. The genius of Parker is really highlighted in his new record due to its many amazing yet complex sounds, clawing vibes from near and far.

  • La Casa Rochester, New York

    One of the unfortunate things about life in Brockport is that the food scene is not very diverse. There are plenty of diners and pizza joints but not much authentic cultural food. In order to find truly authentic international cuisine, a trip to Rochester is necessary. Sometimes, you have to keep your eyes peeled to find a great spot.

  • "Knives Out" Rian Johnson

    I would have gone to see "Knives Out" even if it didn't feature Chris Evans as a smug, sarcastic, sweater-wearing murder suspect and Daniel Craig as a quirky, private investigator using donuts to explain murder, but those were certainly added bonuses. The whodunnit mystery-comedy opened in theaters on Thanksgiving Day and has viewers wondering at each plot turn. 

  • "Courage" Céline Dion

    Céline Dion went experimental on this album, and she did not disappoint. Her latest album, "Courage," her first English album in six years, features sounds that may not typically come from the artist who is most known for her Academy Award winning "My Heart Will Go On" and the beauty that is "It's All Coming Back to Me Now." Dion's angelic and soft voice is surprisingly perfect for all the genres she dabbles in this album — pop, dance, electronic, all of the attempts made by Dion and her writers are a success, I did not expect to love this album as much as I did. 

  • "Primal" Genndy Tartakovsky

    Opening shot. A quiet stream. Spear slays a fish. Fish bleeds while being held out of the water by Spear — the character, not the weapon. It stops breathing, then is strung on a root with multiple other fish.

  • "Spilled Milk 1" Bas

    New York native and Dreamville-bred rapper Bas seems to carry a knack for releasing art on his own schedule, separating himself from those around him. In familiar tradition, Bas' latest release, "Spilled Milk 1" comes in the form of an EP and delivers four tracks of smooth, delicate rap for any audience. 

  • "Sunsets & Full Moons" The Script

    The Script has been consistent with bringing nostalgic ballads to the music industry since 2008. It has just released a new nine-track album called "Sunsets & Full Moons," which is filled with heartwarming songs that will tug everyone's heart strings and wrap you right around the bands finger! 

  • "AHS 1984" FX

    I have loved "American Horror Story" (AHS) since its first season, "Murder House." The seasons following only seemed to get better and better with the exception of "Asylum" — which had a plot that was all over the place — but now "AHS 1984" has disappointed me to no extent.

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