A Match Made in Music Heaven: Alexz Johnson and Charlene Kaye are on Tour!

Posted April 3, 2013 by Dulce Rosales

One’s Canadian. One’s American. Both are rocking independent musicians who met in New York and just embarked on a co-headlining tour together. Listen to these talented women, it’s Alexz Johnson and Charlene Kaye.

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Highlights From The 2013 Grammy Awards

Posted February 13, 2013 by Recultured Team

2012 was a strong year for music. Promising newcomers (Ed Sheeran, Hunter Hayes) emerged on the scene as alternative artists (fun., Gotye) and fabulous females (Rihanna, P!nk, Kelly Clarkson) ruled the airwaves. The 55th annual Grammy Awards recognized and rewarded the musicians whose albums and singles resonated with fans in an impactful way…

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Walk The Moon

Music Review: Walk the Moon – Self-Titled Major Label Debut

Posted November 15, 2012 by Dulce Rosales

After being introduced to Walk the Moon’s music, I was instantly addicted, and found myself highly anticipating the release of this album. The four members of Walk the Moon are extremely talented, and do double-duty as vocalists and instrumentalists. This band meshes together remarkably well, elevating their music into something special.

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Concert Review: Ed Sheeran at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Posted October 6, 2012 by Recultured Team

Just recently I had the honour of seeing Ed Sheeran live on his first ever headline tour in North America. And man was it ever good. There’s just something about his lyrics, his expressive vocals and his mastery of the guitar that leaves me craving more of his music. From his humble beginnings as an […]

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Concert Review: Young The Giant at Commodore Ballroom

Posted September 1, 2012 by Recultured Team

Yesternight’s Commodore performance was Young The Giant’s last theatre show of their tour for their self-titled album. If you’ve never listened to YTG before, most of their songs are like a summer road trip wrapped in beachy guitar melodies, dancy drums, and Sameer’s subtle raspy-campfire vocals…

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