REVIEW: ‘Snowball out of Hell’ by The Smoking Flowers can be Described with One Word: Beautiful

A well-known maxim says that art is born of suffering. It’s hard to find a better example of that than Snowball out of Hell, the new album by The Smoking Flowers. The album was born from Kim Collins’s battle against breast cancer using only holistic methods. The result is an album so beautiful that it […]

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REVIEW: Tim Easton’s “Exposition” is Vibrant Personal Testimony with Indefinable texture

Tim Easton’s Exposition is destined to be memorable for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it’s a vibrant, personal testimony from a songwriter that demands to be heard. The ten songs that comprise the album are undoubtedly unique in their composition and execution. But also, the album will be infamously memorable (particularly for the […]

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