Author: Graham Wall

Should it be myself who defines my characteristics or should it be my characteristics that define myself?

August 19, 2019

Song of the Day: JustMe - Yougenics

A couple weeks back, Brandon published an article about some of the issues American society faces today: partisanship, gun violence, and mental illness. One of the quotations that resonated with me was that “Libertarians are struggling to have their voice heard.” It got me thinking about one of my favourite hip-hop albums, Full Disclosure (2012) by JustMe, whose sharp lyrics express a distrust towards the U.S.… Continued →

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NF - Leave Me Alone

NF released his fourth studio album, The Search, this past Friday. Track two, “Leave Me Alone,” now has a music video which you can view below. The song focuses on the artist’s personal psychology; particularly, how it relates to his career in the music industry.… Continued →

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Kareem Martin - REALITY

Kareem Martin has some new tech house for us to hear. With five minutes of grooves and philosophical excerpts sprinkled overtop, “REALITY” opens up the listener to the topic of epistemology. Silverfilter provides an excellent remix that leans toward the chill side, as well.… Continued →

July 8, 2019

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Miss Angie Launches Indiegogo for New EP

Miss Angie has launched an Indiegogo campaign for Desert Flags, an EP slated for release in 2020. She will be working alongside producer Gabriel Wilson, who has worked with Bethel Music, John Mark McMillen, and Lindy Conant. Miss Angie released two albums in the 90s on the much acclaimed Myrrh Records and her last EP was released in 2013.… Continued →

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REVIEW : Chris Bernstorf - It's All Joy

Chris Bernstorf is the poetic equivalent to a bowl of jelly beans. Well, unless you study those jelly bean guides, but that’s beside the point. Opening track “Swing” lives up to its name, offering a dizzying array of topics from water parks, to The Mentalist, to online classes, all pointing to the theme of overcoming personal vices.… Continued →

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