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DejaGravy’s latest release, Visitor, is a surprisingly cohesive album, despite being the musical embodiment of inner turmoil. The band’s experimental …
Chelsea Palermo is a force in New Jersey’s community—literary and otherwise. In conversation with her, there was no escape from the many ways she had connected herself to others, no way to pin her down in a talk that focused solely on her writing as a poet.
The Gray Company have an inviting and upbeat vibe, somewhere between the likes of Ava Luna and Pinegrove. Their debut EP, Island Fortress, Island Home, is the first proper release by the band, among bedroom demos and live recordings.
Madison Ouellette is a senior at The College of New Jersey, working part-time at the WTSR 93.1 radio station. Her show, The Garden Statement, plays an eclectic mix of post-hardcore, indie, and emo bands. I talked to Madison about her life working with bands and breaking through the scene with up-and-coming new acts.
Following 2013’s Empathy, Growing Pains is the second complete release from young hip-hop artist Dillon Carmichael under the stagename Duo.
Art provides Batiz balance, transference of polarity, positive valence; unfocused energy becomes focused, and negative energy becomes positive.
Musician Zak Smith once again perpetuates these attributes in his latest full-length album, Signs of Life.
No one exudes wisdom and empathy like David Daniel. Poet and Director of the undergraduate creative writing program at Fairleigh Dickinson University, David engages both people and projects with calm, caring guidance.
From Long Beach Island, NJ is The Off White, a garage band that is still trying to get out of their own garage. Judging by the classic, raw, and original sound of their latest album, that day may be coming soon.