Madeleine Rice

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Ratboys: GL Review

By Madeleine Rice Music Journalist Artist: Ratboys Album: GL Label: Topshelf Records Release Date: 02/23/2018 My 3-year-old self absolutely loved a lesser known artist, Amelia Royko and her only album, Sharp Steel Pinafore. The album balanced rock and the acoustic twang of the Canadian and northwestern countryside perfectly, containing a sound that wasn’t unheard of but maintained a unique and original character. Obviously, these weren't the thoughts that went through […]

todayApril 10, 2018 39


Surpassed Beauty in Happy You Near

By Madeleine Rice Music Journalist Artist: Noise For Pretend Album: Happy You Near Label: HUSH Release Date: February 2, 2002 Jazz excites the senses and floods the soul. Every instrument is at war, yet they all work in tandem. Held together with precision and quick thinking, improvisation is key. Rock music defies the bounds of classicalism, rebellion a usual tic, and provides an outlet for freedom, anger, complexity, easiness. The combination […]

todayMarch 30, 2018 40


Vance Joy: Nation of Two Review

By Madeleine Rice Music Journalist Artist: Vance Joy Album: Nation of Two Label: Liberation Music Release Date: February 23, 2018 Where music lacks, words tend to fill in the gaps. Where vocals are unique or objectively undesirable, originality of sound takes over. A most obvious example of poetry’s importance within songwriting is Bob Dylan, duly awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature in 2016. A man with a rugged and common voice, […]

todayMarch 24, 2018 40


GEA: Butterflies Review

by Madeleine Rice Music Journalist Artist: GEA Album: Butterflies Label: Self-Released Release Date: September 11, 2017 The album art for GEA’s Butterflies is minimalist in color, layers of watercolor arranged symmetrically to fittingly create a subtle depiction of a butterfly. The music reflects the nature of the artwork; however, it’s impossible for me to say that GEA has flown to musical heights or even begun to spread their wings. I was […]

todayMarch 21, 2018 24


Milk and Bone: Deception Bay Review

By Madeleine Rice Music Journalist Artist: Milk & Bone Album: Deception Bay Label: Bonsound Release Date: February 2nd, 2018 Website: Not everyone has had the simultaneous privilege and burden of being deeply and unrequitedly in love. While that may seem like a bit of a cheesy line, it suits to emphasize that words on their own have a hard time truly capturing the unexplainable pool of emotion that deeply […]

todayFebruary 13, 2018 70

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