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Album Reivew: Brad Kleinschmidt's Gone

By: Kelly Fox -- Friday, July 17, 2015
Despite the double-take I did when looking at Brad Kleinschmidt’s name, I had no idea what to expect when I started in on his newest CD, Gone. Brad calls Muncie his hometown, really likes flannels (me too, Brad, me too), and isn’t the biggest fan of ... (Read Full Article)

Album Review: IAMLION's Vessel

By: Kelly Fox -- Thursday, July 16, 2015
I have to admit, I was nervous about doing a review for IAMLION’s new EP, “Vessel,” simply because of the stylization of the name. My fears were deepened when I saw they were opening for Slipknot at Klipsch on August 14th. It brought me back to my da... (Read Full Article)

Album Review: Chase Coy's Youth

By: Kelly Fox -- Monday, June 29, 2015
Chase Coy is described as indie-folk, a genre I am familiar with but not deeply invested in. His album, Youth has earned adjectives such as, “despicably fun” (Earmilk) and “cool, fresh, charming and easy to listen to on a loop” (Baeble). I’d have to ... (Read Full Article)

Album Review: Yukon Fox -- Release the Kraken

By: Kelly Fox -- Friday, June 19, 2015
Upon receiving the request to review Yukon Fox’s album, Release the Kraken, I was pretty stoked. I’m a big fan of nautical allusions in music, so I had high hopes. Plus, the group’s name is very appealing to someone of my lineage (see: my last name [... (Read Full Article)

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