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Author archive for Meredith Schneider

  • Features

    10 GORGEOUS JEWEL-TONED MUSIC VIDEOS

    - by Meredith Schneider

    September has brought us a plethora of amazing music videos thus far, but this particular playlist hones in on the gorgeous dark toned videos that just seem to ooze luster…

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    25 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: AUGUST 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    This month’s roundup features some thrilling illustrations and art, as well as some fun mashup work between bands! And if you pay close attention, many of these videos have a call to action…

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    11 MUSIC VIDEOS TO GET YOU INTO YOUR NATURAL ELEMENT

    - by Meredith Schneider

    We’re not sure about you, but we have been beginning to connect with more mellow, healthful versions of ourselves the last couple of years. And that seems to be the trend lately, as we all begin to form deeper, more meaningful connections…

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    15 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: JULY 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    Lately, we’ve been a little low on energy. Be it the intense heat of the sun – we know you’re feeling it across America right now -, the insanity of our overbooked schedules, or the idea of the impending autumn months; it’s been hard to be…

  • Features

    8 MUSIC VIDEOS TO KICKSTART YOUR WANDERLUST

    - by Meredith Schneider

    It’s the middle of the summer, so those of you who haven’t quite gotten your way and headed out of town yet should probably start planning. The good news is, musicians seem to have been doing the planning for you, shooting music videos in picturesque locations and singing about travels, specific cities, and more. We…

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    21 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: JUNE 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    June has been a month of absolutely incredible music. I mean, 2018 has been for sure, but it feels like mid-year has really stepped up their game. Maybe it’s the face melting heat that induces a more carefree vibe, perhaps it’s the fact that…

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    12 ABSURD AND INTENSE NEW MUSIC VIDEOS

    - by Meredith Schneider

    Bands and musicians around the world have intensely upped their music video game. To be fair, it’s easy to own a high-functioning camera anymore — most of us have them on our phones. But some people get insanely creative with their work…

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    ALBUM REVIEW: GOBBINJR, ‘OCALA WICK’

    - by Meredith Schneider

    Topshelf Records seems to be having an impeccable moment, as they are acquiring quirky and appealing budding acts like candy. At the moment, they have to boast the release of the brand new gobbinjr album Ocala Wick. A native of…

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    18 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: MAY 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    May was a pretty insane month for music videos, if we do say so ourselves. Every corner we turned, there were 150+ new works of art to explore and be mesmerized by. But that didn’t slow us down from consuming as much of this gloriousness as possible. From sun-soaked summertime…

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    ALBUM REVIEW: PEMA, ‘BAD HABITS’

    - by Meredith Schneider

    Brooklyn-based musician Alex Cohen’s experimental pop project Pema is reaching a new pinnacle in its existence with this week’s release of the full-length album Bad Habits. Not only has Pema’s sound developed into something slightly different than with previous releases – including 2016’s Doublethink…