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Album Review: 4 ½ – Steven Wilson

A seemingly endless repertoire of psychedelic and progressive rock featuring dreamy soundscapes that decorate almost every human emotion is what Steven Wilson is known for, along with being one of the pioneers of the Hi-Res Era. It’s no surprise that the leftovers from his major

The Fountainhead – Book Review

Objectivism is ”the concept of man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity, and reason as his only absolute.” So says Ayn Rand in the appendix to Atlas Shrugged, arguably

David Bowie: A Life & Death in Art, Dance and Melancholy

In 1967, psychedelic rock had finally pushed itself to the forefront of popular music. That year alone, The Beatles put out Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Magical Mystery Tour, The Doors released their iconic self-titled record, New York’s favourite avant-garde custodians made The Velvet Underground

The Reel India – Take 1

India is a country of many stories. Some thrive in the everyday life of the housewife, as a bead of sweat trickles down her face when she’s stirring the curry with her right hand and holding the baby in her left. Some lie stifled in

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