New review on from Drinker

Hey there, folks!

I just got another review published on for Drinker’s new remix of a Memoryy song, “Not Over You.” Aaron Mendelsohn and Ariel Loh are the masterminds behind these tasteful electro-pop tunes.

Check it out below and give them a listen!

Drinker’s ‘Not Over You’ Sits at #1 Remix on Hype Machine


More, More, More Reviews!

It looks like I’ve been busier than usual! Take a look at my newest reviews for YabYum Music + Arts and thatDROP

Recently, I took the time to review Not Confined’s introductory EP, Television Man, an energetic journey through blunt youth.

thatDROP also published a piece I had written a few weeks ago on the most recent Paris & Simo track, “Fire Away.

Double trouble from Best Drum and Bass

Hey there, folks!

Here are two new reviews I wanted to send your way published on

This time around, I took a look at Conrad Subs’ “Hold It Down” off of Maad Ting, as well as Bladerunner’s brand new remix of K-Warren and Benny V’s “Feel The Fire.”

Conrad Subs – Hold It Down [MAAD TING]

K-Warren & Benny V – Feel The Fire (Bladerunner Remix) [Dance Concept]


New page! Website Revamped

Hey everyone! I just wanted to update anyone who reads this and would like to inform you of some updates I made to my portfolio:

-Tabs have been condensed to reflect the official author pages of the publications I write for. The old system I was using was a bit too sloppy for my taste. I am still working on a clean way to display my work with

-I recently created a tab to reflect my unpublished / self-published work. Inside you can find all my personal writings or pieces which didn’t quite make it to the final phases.

-Tabs have been added for my newest work with and

Thanks for reading!


CNB Exclusive Interview: Lead doctor in study explains patients’ switch from prescriptions to cannabis

Check out my exclusive interview on Cannabis News Box where I sat down with Dr. Anthony Reeve to discuss the results of his study. After six months of participating in New Mexico’s medical cannabis program, 71% of participants lowered or stopped their use of scheduled prescription medication.

Patients enrolled lowered their monthly average number of prescriptions, number of prescribers, types of prescriptions, and related pharmacy visits:

CNB Exclusive Interview: Lead doctor in study explains patients’ switch from prescriptions to cannabis