ALBUM REVIEW: Sailor Boyfriend - 'Shapes & Colors'

On April 12th, Jersey City New Wave duo Sailor Boyfriend released their second full-length album Shapes & Colors under Make Believe Records. The eclectic album is a perfect blend of dark and vibrant atmospheres, wrapped up in a package that is undoubtedly a prime release for Andy Waldron (vocals, synth, lyrics, and programming)  and Alex Mercuri (vocals, guitar, and bass). Each track on the album is a tale of survivalism and perseverance and in a crumbling world. Soundwise, each song sets itself apart and stands its own ground, and yet everything ties together to create an engaging musical adventure.

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Must-Have Songs For Your Halloween Playlist

A curated mix of Halloween favorites to get you in the "spirit" (heh)...

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Album Review: The xx - "I See You"

“I don’t know, I don’t know, I don’t know, I don’t know what this is, but it doesn’t feel wrong,” cries out Romy Madley Croft during 'Say Something Loving'. While most would consider this line as an attempt by Croft to tell a newfound love how she feels, the line, in my opinion, is the quintessence of The xx’s third studio album I See You. It’s something newfound, yet vaguely familiar; something that can’t quite be recognized but just seems natural.

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