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Leah opens your mind and ears to eclectic musicians around the globe. From signed to unsigned and obscure towns to big cities, this column catches music missed by the mainstream media. So pick up your headphones and take a leap into an invigorating journey that will keep you on the tip of your toes and ears.

Written by Leah Pritchett


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I fell upon this gem of a band when I decided to watch Hemlock Grove. Their song “Breathe” haunted my mind for days and that’s when I fell victim to their EP, Dark Rituals. Each and every time I hear this EP I catch myself swaying my body, losing sight of what I am doing. Their tunes are hypotonic and leave me catatonic. Sometimes I daydream about kissing anyone in pouring rain as Allie Sheldan, lead singer, hums her haunting tunes in my ear. I am absolutely obsessed with this band and I am not afraid to call them Plug it In’s band of the year.

To fall victim to Dark Rituals





It seems as if I can’t get enough of the Bollywood genre, which has been mostly due to the mind-boggling music I have come across. I stumbled upon Pritam when I was searching videos of Shahrukh Khan on YouTube. When I heard “Marjani Marjani” pour out of my speakers I found myself shimmying my shoulders left to right. While I did not understand a word that was being sung, I, without hesitation, began to sing “Marjani Marjani”. Pritam is a composer and is widely versde in creating scores for Bollywood movies. His most recent, R….Rajkumar which features contagious songs such as, “Gandi Baat” and “Saree Ke Fall Sa”.

To shimmy your way to the many beats of Pritam, visit


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