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Breanna Kinneman

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#Core #Institute. I write music reviews because I'm coo like that! Writer & content contributor at Street Culture. The gorgeous gal from #Glendale #AZ

Review: Van Morrison’s ‘The Prophet Speaks’ Mixes Standards and Fresh Originals

Van Morrison’s past half-decade or so of recorded work has been as mystifying and fascinating as it’s been uneven. Unlike most of his 70’s...

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ‘Dummy Boy’ Is Annoyingly Hyper Thug Rap

When the story of a desultorily opportunist era in mainstream rap is finally written, 6ix9ine will undoubtedly land a starring role. But give the...

Review: The 1975 Melt Genres and Hearts on ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’

Since storming out of the gates with their first EP six years ago, UK act the 1975 has thrown themselves into the sort of...

Alessia Cara Never Runs Out of Eloquent Coming-of-Age Complaints on ‘The Pains of Growing’

Alessia Cara cleared her throat in 2015 with “Here,” an instant teen-angst classic about hating all the cool kids at the party. “I don’t...

Review: Jeff Tweedy Plunges Into His Fears on ‘Warm’

“Just because I can’t describe it,” Jeff Tweedy sings halfway through Warm, “doesn’t mean I shouldn’t try.” On his first formal solo album of...

Review: Rush’s ‘Hemispheres’ Reissue Celebrates Band’s Prog-Era Peak

As Geddy Lee put it in a recent Rolling Stone interview, Rush’s Hemispheres signified “the end of a thing.” That thing was the band’s...

Review: Mumford and Sons’ Epic Bummer ‘Delta’

Mumford & Sons became one of the most unlikely success stories of the 21st century thanks to a sound that combined the ancient authenticity...

Review: Cupcakke Stays on a Roll with ‘Eden’

Yet another lean and excellent project – her sixth in three years – from still-unsigned, still under-the-radar, still not-on-Rap-Caviar Chicago pottymouth Cupcakke. Her style should be...

Review: Imagine Dragons Keep the Genre-Blurring Jock Jams Coming on ‘Origins’

Since the explosion of “Radioactive” in 2012, pop-rocktronica band Imagine Dragons has been America’s excitement wallpaper. They’re the signifier of phoenix-rinsing triumph in Hunger Games, Transformers,...

The Glands’ ‘I Can See My House From Here’ Is a Wonderful Tribute to...

When Athens, Georgia singer-guitarist Ross Shapiro passed away in 2016 at 53, indie-rock fans and peers mourned a uniquely talented artist who didn’t record...

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