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OhMiBod Partners & Harvard Sex Week 2018

OhMiBod Partners & Harvard Sex Week 2018

The 8th annual sex week to “Ignite the conversation on sex, sexuality, & intimacy” is coordinated by Harvard’s student-run Sexual Health Education and Advocacy Throughout Harvard (SHEATH), group. The week features group discussions and open forums on various subjects important to sexual well-being. Consent, birth control, dating, religious views on sexuality, feminist porn, kink and sex work/workers will be addressed in various education seminars.

Adult.: This Behavior

Adult.: This Behavior

Adult. This Behavior (Dais Records) The last time we heard from dark synthpop duo Adult., they had several guest artists contributing to […]

Tink: Winter’s Diary 3

Tink: Winter’s Diary 3

Tink Winter’s Diary 3 (Machine Entertainment Group)  This project has been out for quite some time, but still there will be those […]

The League of One: Dispatch

The League of One: Dispatch

A “911, what’s your emergency?” questions opens The League of One’s latest, Dispatch. Here we get the trio of Will Maeder, singing and playing guitar, The “Rev” on bass and lending his backing vocals and Billy Grant manning the drums, hitting straight and true the trio certainly influenced by lots of great heavy rockers gone before them.

DDLO: Sueños de Luna y Mar

DDLO: Sueños de Luna y Mar

I.J. Smith, who plays guitars, tres, percussion and congas here. He is helped by Pablo Conte managing such wonderful drums and percussion, Eric Marshall on bass, Tony DaQuipa playing congas and drums, Adrian Gormeley playing sax, bass, clarinet, and lastly, Bill Swan playing trumpet.

Tropic: Bittersweet

Tropic: Bittersweet

Attempting to roll the listener around the highs and lows of a break-up Brooklyn-based R&B duo Tropic (Jarel Hill on music production and Jo-B Sebastian singing and composing) gives forth on The Bittersweet.

ELO: Secret Messages (Extended Version)

ELO: Secret Messages (Extended Version)

ELO’s 1983 album Secret Messages is being rereleased with so much new material, the original two-sided, one record is presented here as a four-sided vinyl release. The band’s bassist, Kelly Groucutt left after recording, but the band here consists of him, Bev Bevan on drums, Richard Tandy keyboards, and of course Jeff Lynne on vocals and guitars. Ex-ELO violinist Mik Kaminski also makes an appearance, but even though there are plenty of strings here the classic ELO style is pretty much gone by this point.

The Goldwyn Experiment: Avenue B

The Goldwyn Experiment: Avenue B

Goldwyn Thandrayen is the guitarist of Montreal rock and rollers Psychocide. On the 11-song, Avenue B, he leads The Goldwyn Experiment on the follow-up to their last year’s, Avenue A.

THE SEX FILES: The Eye Of The Storm…y Daniels?

I have no idea what, if any, true conclusion any of us will come to with the publication of Full Disclosure. I do know that we will continue to be interested in stories such as these, be it to tickle our prurient interests, to prove to ourselves that our assumptions about supposed victims and perpetrators are correct, to either mock or bolster a movement or to make us feel better or worse about our own actions in some way. In the end though, sex sells, no matter who is peddling it and who is involved and the more celebrity mixed deep into it all, from sports stars to famous comedians to even Presidents, the richer the vein.

Halestorm: Vicious

Halestorm: Vicious

The plodding Sabbath-like “Do Not Disturb,” leaves bassist Josh Smith some sonic room while Lizzy spins a naughty come on. It’s a quick little woman-is-horny-and-gonna-do-something-about-it single; I like how Lzzy channels her best Pat Benatar on the backing vocals here. We also get the first real slice of what Joe Hottinger can manage on lead guitar.

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