We have gathered here today to talk about the latest release from Sleeping At Last entitled Astronomy, Vol. 1. For those unfamiliar with Sleeping At Last, it’s a one-man project by Ryan O’Neal that he began in 2011. His work has been featured across numerous television shows, movies, and documentaries. On Friday, May 1st, Sleeping At Last released a collection of songs written about astronomical events and discoveries. Check out our review of Astronomy, Vol. 1 after the jump.
On Friday, May 1st, Canadian rock band Courage My Love released their sixth EP, SPECTRA. It’s their first release since 2017’s Synesthesia and subsequent walk away from Warner Canada; all of the songs on SPECTRA were produced and released without a label. The band has been releasing songs off the EP since June of 2019 with the single drop of “Teenagers” (which we reviewed at the time), but the release of Courage My Love’s SPECTRA includes three tracks that at least I have never heard before!
I’ve been listening to Courage My Love since 2015, and although their sound has changed and grown a lot since then, they are absolutely still a band I love listening to. I’m thrilled that they’re continuing to make music and excited for them to be doing it on their own terms. Check out the track-by-track review of SPECTRA after the jump!
This past Thursday, Canadian rock trio Courage My Love released their latest track, “Teenagers.” It’s their first single since last October’s “Remission,” which was a fun, poppy follow-up to 2017’s album, Synesthesia.
Their Breakfast Club-themed video dropped the following day, which singer Mercedes Arn-Horn co-directed. Check it out here:
The song itself is a banger, a ridiculously catchy pop-punk earworm you’ll be singing for the next three weeks straight. I myself have had it on repeat on my way to and from work every day since release, no regrets. It sends me screaming right back to high school…
EatSmart has become one of my favorite companies to explore new and innovative products. As a consumer, I discovered the brand on my own, when I was in need of a new bathroom scale that actually worked and was accurate. The EatSmart scale was one of the highest rated on Amazon and for good reason.
This review is about one of their new products.
Happy 4th of July!
I paid a visit to my local comic book shop on Wednesday (because it was, of course, the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, and the shop was having a party), but also to pick up my weekly comics. One of the (many) comics I subscribe to is The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, so the shop also bestowed upon me this treasure:
Marvel Rising – Squirrel Girl & Ms. Marvel [Variant Edition]
This is my first exposure to Ms. Marvel (since Carol Danvers is now Captain Marvel), and it was lovely to get to meet her as her Kamala Khan iteration! Let’s be real, Kamala is pretty awesome… a wildly intelligent young Pakistani-American woman with the biggest, brightest smile you’ve ever seen. (Kamala’s introductory comic won a Hugo
— how freaking awesome is that?!)