Posts tagged crisis management
Preview: Chase Atlantic // Phases

Alt-pop Australian trio Chase Atlantic surfaced in 2014 and have certainly made a name for themselves along the way. Their unique blend of genres highlights their lyricism in a way that some might find hard to categorize. Fueled by dark, gloomy stories paired with upbeat, high energy beats, Chase Atlantic’s music is infectious - you’ll be grooving to the music before you know it!

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Khaos Light // Failure To Adapt

As we move into June and leave May behind us, let’s not forget that May was Mental Health Awareness month. We’re extremely excited to give you our thoughts on an album that takes that subject head on! When you take your first listen to Failure to Adapt, the debut album of Texas based artist Khaos Light, you’re greeted with a content warning as the album deals with interpersonal issues and suicide. This was a nice touch that you don’t normally experience with records.

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Insignificant Other // i'm so glad i feel this way about you

Up and coming indie pop band Insignificant Other released their debut album, i’m so glad I feel this way about you, on April 17th. This Birmingham, Alabama based trio pulls from a broad range of musical influences which can be heard across the following 13 tracks. Vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Sim Morales puts all of their emotion into each and every song from the highest highs to the lowest lows, both with lyrics and range.

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Del Schueler // One Thing Right

Combining real life experiences with detailed imagery, singer-songwriter Del Schueler’s EP One Thing Right is a four track journey through love, daydreams, and finding the courage to continue moving forward. A rich songwriting background courtesy of Belmont University helps propel Del forward and allows her to shine.

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Grant Duncan // Radiant Sublime

Singer-songwriter Grant Duncan recently released a new full-length album, Radiant Sublime, on March 21st. The ten-track record is a follow up to 2018’s Early Morning Rise and offers a throwback sound in the present time. With most of the songs being dominated by classic guitar, listeners are taken back to the original rock & roll feel. The title track, “Radiant Sublime,” is a perfect lead with just enough hype to get listeners to the next song.

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