Joe and The Anchor Releases New Single ‘California’

Joe and The Anchor, an indie-pop band, has returned with the beautiful track ‘California,’ which will transport you to the 1990s. Warm guitars, lively percussion, and sincere vocals unite in the new single to depict the sad knowledge that nothing lasts forever. Listen to the song here. Joe and The Anchor decided to process the events via music after a challenging few months in which … Continue reading Joe and The Anchor Releases New Single ‘California’

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‘Sober Now’ by Saint Rien is an Ethereal Anthem That Brings Tingle to Your Spine

Saint Rien is an Australian-born multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer residing in Nashville, has released a new tune called “Sober Now.” LISTEN TO THE SONG HERE: LINK The Magnetic ‘Sober Now’ After releasing his contemporary track ‘Medusa,’ Saint Rien surprises us with an ethereal and melancholic track. An eclectic mix of Saint Rien’s diverse musical influences, ‘Sober Now’ takes listeners on a funereal trip. The track … Continue reading ‘Sober Now’ by Saint Rien is an Ethereal Anthem That Brings Tingle to Your Spine

Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

I just finished Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta, or She Was Pretty, the Japanese remake. It’s like I lost another friend after watching it, but I’m thinking of watching it again (and yes, I also rewatched the Korean version). So She was Pretty, which started in Korea, is definitely one of the best dramas ever. While it’s not as overrated as other dramas, it has one … Continue reading Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

Katherine Aly Confronts Inequality and Prejudice with ‘Pariah’ Single

Katherine Aly, an alternative pop musician, has released a new video and single called ‘Pariah.’ The song celebrates individuals coming together in their hatred of “intolerance.” An empowering statement that calls out individuals who manipulate and discriminate against others without thinking. Katherine, music video director Stuart Breadner, and producer Naz Schmaz collaborated on Pariah’s moving music video. It includes characters of various genders, ethnicities, and … Continue reading Katherine Aly Confronts Inequality and Prejudice with ‘Pariah’ Single

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Album Review: ATEEZ is Back with ‘ZERO : FEVER Part.3’

Following the release of ATEEZ’s tremendously popular “ZERO : FEVER Part.2” in March, the global K-Pop group releases ‘ZERO : FEVER Part.3’ the third episode in their “FEVER” series, today. If the second installment was about reigniting a young person’s desire, the third installment tells the story of a young person’s memories and passion that will last forever. ‘ZERO : FEVER Part.3′ is a six-track … Continue reading Album Review: ATEEZ is Back with ‘ZERO : FEVER Part.3’

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The Story of Maria Domark through her EP, “Flawless”

Maria Domark, a future-pop producer, writer, vocalist, and former model, will release her debut EP, Flawless, on September 3. Maria Domark’s EP features hyper-modern 3D imagery by Razorade and Sevi Domochevsky, who have collaborated with musicians such as Grimes, Charli XCX, and Arca. With over 1 million Instagram followers and a strong presence on Facebook and TikTok, Maria has developed a social empire on her … Continue reading The Story of Maria Domark through her EP, “Flawless”

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My Top 10 Most Favorite Tribute Songs for Mom

Happy Mother’s Day! This is one of the very few worldly celebrations that is worthy of being sensationalized. Most mothers have done their part and perhaps their best in raising their children, and what better way to thank them than celebrating their love for a day in a year (or maybe even more)? Whether our mothers have been a positive, negative, or indifferent instrument in … Continue reading My Top 10 Most Favorite Tribute Songs for Mom

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9 Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

So what’s the significance of blogging about the most essential films in a particular era or year? As we all know, more than half of the world’s population is now in quarantine, and the country with the most coronavirus cases in the USA. Since it is the world’s largest economy, all its entertainment, fiscal, and political relations are affected. News about spring and summer film … Continue reading 9 Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

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‘The World of the Married’ Korean Drama’s Remaining Episodes will be Rated 19+

On of the most (if not the most) controversial Korean drama to date is JTBC’s The World of the Married. I’ve seen several social media statuses posted about this drama, and it is more than surprising; the common words used are shocking, depressing, sick, and f*cked up. The drama is about a seemingly perfect marriage between Ji Sun Woo (Kim Hee Ae) and Lee Tae … Continue reading ‘The World of the Married’ Korean Drama’s Remaining Episodes will be Rated 19+

SUPERPSYCHOCEBU Film Review

‘SUPERPSYCHOCEBU’ Film Review

SUPERPSYCHOCEBU, the Philippines’ first and only stoner film, is more than just a cannabis-riddled artform. It is a Philosophical film. Its writers proliferate societal and psychological affairs that go beyond being “stoned.” Being “high” or “stoned” means going past our conscious brain (beta) to think or create new streams of consciousness–our subconscious, and opening up the alpha or the theta part of the brain. For … Continue reading ‘SUPERPSYCHOCEBU’ Film Review