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LeRiche Relives a Flood of Memories on new song

LeRiche River Runs ★★★★ We are getting a little tired of the hurricanes, the mass flooding, and the devastation. Right now a Category 4 hurricane rips through Puerto Rico, resurfacing emotions and anxiety amongst the island’s residents that forces the world to watch and interpret scenarios with their personal perspective or experience. Le

Covered in Satin: Howard Ivan’s Imaginative Pop Conception

Howard Ivans on Selective Memory

Howard Ivans Beautiful Tired Bodies (Spacebomb) ★★★★ Howard Ivans is that mysterious yet intriguing figure lurking in the corner of the party. The introvert obscured by shadows and illuminated with moonlight. Yet when he speaks, you hang off of every syllable. Every word derives from an importance that is spoken only to drift

Selective Memory, July 17, 2017

July 17, 2017   Yeah! Rock's greatest drinking game In the '90s, we had a running joke about the excessive use of the word yeah in alternative rock, grunge, and metal. Even today, we have the Yeah Yeah Yeahs! and The Flaming Lips bouncing around between "yeah" and "yes," and maybe if Wayne

Selective Memory, July 10, 2017

July 10, 2017 If you are reading this, you have found the unicorn of Selective Memory. Congratulations! You can only find this material on our social media sites or via e-mail (you can sign up at info@selectivememorymag.com with a message, "Sign me up!") We have all of our latest articles highlighted just

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