Author: Elle Huckins

The SIR Band – So Cold

If there were five albums from the future that I could give to my sixteen year old self, The SIR Band’s So Cold would be the very first on that list. It’s rare to find a sound that so fundamentally resonates with the listener, and still more unique to something relatable on almost every track. In their bittersweet introduction song called See You, SIR perfectly encapsulates the way love leaves a scar. No matter how healed the wound is, there will always be a sense of loss. Even if it doesn’t hurt anymore, there will always be a hole...

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ICP- The Inalienable Right to Suck

It’s easy to laugh at Insane Clown Posse. They’re goofy, dated, mostly nonsensical, and they seem baffled by things like rainbows and magnets. Their fan base is a legion of unwashed dipshits in clown makeup and if the two movies written and produced by Joseph Utsler and Joseph Bruce – better known as Violent Jay and Shaggy 2 Dope – are any kind of measure, their approach to comedy and satire is less like comedy and satire and more like stepping on a Lego over and over again for two and a half hours. It’s painful, repetitious, and never...

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Freddie Fisher – All Standards Broken

             Guitarist, Songwriter and resigned crooning singer for Nashville-Based group King Fisher, Freddie Fisher isn’t someone easy to attach a label to. A little bit country, a little folk, a lot of rock ‘n’ roll; a bit of a Christian, a bit more of a sinner, and a musician determined to be brutally honest about all of it. Freddie Fisher is a drug addict. And for many listeners, that’s the label that will stick. He’s also a guitar-maker and lifelong player. He’s Christian, who recorded Christian music but eventually left that scene because it was dishonest. He’s a complicated,...

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