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Author: Charlotte Moore

I love being dramatic and listening to music that gets me to dance. Hobbyist writer, music enthusiast. Perpetually eepy. The eepiest, really. Want me to review your music? Send promos to [email protected]
A Relatable Tale: Let’s Watch the Music Video for “Alcohol You Now” by Jim Camacho
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A Relatable Tale: Let’s Watch the Music Video for “Alcohol You Now” by Jim Camacho

A musical legend returns - earlier this month, Jim Camacho released a new single, "Alcohol You Now," via Dark Spark Music. In even more exciting news, the music video for this song just dropped today. With this new single, Jim Camacho combines his storytelling prowess with extraordinary Americana vibes, resulting in a song that captures the feeling of 'having a few brews with the boys and getting into some trouble' to a Twisted Tea... get it? Even if this isn't your usual genre of choice, I highly recommend checking this song out. I would especially recommend checking out the music video, which only adds to the great chaotic energy of the whole ordeal. The video also has a lot of charm, and features great cameos throughout. You can watch the video for "Alcohol You Now" on YouTube...
John Conlin is Giving Electropop Heartbreak in “I Die Again”
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John Conlin is Giving Electropop Heartbreak in “I Die Again”

Boy, do we have a treat for you, dear readers - electropop artist John Conlin released a new single today. If this latest season of Bridgerton isn't getting you deep enough into your feels, then perhaps a few spins of "I Die Again" will. Or, at the very least, this song will get you up and dancing. And who couldn't use a little more dancing in their lives right now? In short, listening to this song is a good way to let yourself feel sad and dance it off. All About "I Die Again" by John Conlin Despite being a song about heartbreak, "I Die Again" is, putting it simply, quite fun. One thing that really stood out after our initial listen is that through the delivery of his vocals, Conlin seems to relish in his pain, but shows no intentions of wallowing in it. Instead...