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TWLOHA’s Annual Heavy & Light Event Returns to Orlando

Each year, Florida-based organization To Write Love On Her Arms hosts an evening of music, poetry, inspiration, and hope called Heavy & Light. The event will once again take place at the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday, April 1st. Performers this year include spoken word poets Tonya Ingram and Propaganda, Zach Williams of The Lone Bellow, The Rocket Summer, and Jon Foreman of Switchfoot. Tickets are still available for the event. If you would like to attend, you can buy tickets here. For over 10 years, TWLOHA has been helping people who struggle with addiction, suicide, and depression, as…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Travis Hayes ‘Young Daze’

Albums about being young seem to be a dime a dozen, but when you hear one and it just sticks with you, that’s when you know it’s good. Travis Hayes’ Young Daze will entrance you and prove to be the refreshing, crisp sound you’ve been looking for. The opening track, “Song From a Movie,” really does sound like just that; a track that’s been in one of your favorite films. It’s entirely instrumental, reminiscent of the soundtrack to the climax of a rom-com (enter Billy Crystal running down Manhattan’s streets on New…

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How To Fall In Love With Your Own Lyrics

People sometimes ask me, “Do you consider your lyrics to be poetry?”  I always reply, “I’m not trying to write poetry; I’m trying to write words I mean.”  The truth is, there isn’t really any difference between lyrics and poetry. There’s only a difference between words written with care and words written carelessly. People sometimes ask, “Who even listens to lyrics anymore?”  The answer is: Everyone who sings them.  If you’re a performing songwriter, singing your own words night after night, your ability to love your lyrics is a part…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Quiet Lions ‘Surroundings’ EP

With a slow, almost tender beginning, “Demons” starts Surroundings off like a well-planned show, during which time listeners can give into their imagination and picture a stage cloaked in darkness, with lights shining spotlights with each vocal build-up. It’s a short introduction, but makes a large impact. “Just Deserve” has a retro-esque feel to it, with melodies and harmonies rivaling an a capella group. The true beauty comes in the breakdown before the chorus, where everything seems to stop, as if letting the song marinate in the listener’s brain. When…

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