A mantra is a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. A less legalistic and more spiritually inclined person would tell you that they’re repetitive sounds used to penetrate the depths of the unconscious mind and (...)
This next song is dedicated to the dreamers — the ones reading this right now at their office desk, spacing out to some really deep house jams with minds wandering about their next music festival. The ones who press their face (...)
Gen Z’s are old souls. Maybe it's the by-product of growing up surrounded by every conceivable culture, absorbing all of the greatest art, music, and film from every corner of the Earth and every possible genre. In the '80s and 90s, even the (...)
I don't know about you guys but it’s been one heck of a week. Between work, family drama, and having to deal with myself, I for one am glad it’s Friday. For many, Fridays mean weekend mode on, for us at We Are: The Guard, it means it’s that (...)
Hello gals and gents. It’s me! Your favorite Latina homebody here to guide you through what’s hot and buzzing this past week on Instagram. You will laugh. You will snort. You might even… giggle. But I’ve searched (...)
“Only higher we shall go” is the sole lyric on Emmit Fenn’s aptly named “Higher”. It’s sung in such feathery soft falsetto that it takes several close listens (read: looking up the lyrics on Genius) to make out what is even being said. But even if the words (...)
Norwegian singer/songwriter girl in red reflects on the dark side of party life on "Dead Girl In The Pool." Have you ever partied just a little too hard? If you're a fan of rock 'n roll, club music, and sucking the marrow out of life, the (...)
Good things come in pairs, but great things come in five sets of pairs. Quick, five multiplied by two. Yes, ten! Ding, ding, ding. If we dig a bit deeper we come to find out that ten is the number that signifies new beginnings, meaning … it’s the (...)
I never thought four years of Spanish lessons would come in handy until I heard “Uno” by Ambjaay. The rappers bilingual single leaves me asking “Where was this song when I was in high school?” This jam is full of flavor and is packed with (...)
Normally I try to stay away from songs that remind me that deep down inside I’m truly really sad, that’s why I tend to go for songs with pep because they help me forget about my pain, but somehow gnash has managed to pull off an entire song (...)
Feeling down? Alone? You're not alone. Might as well celebrate with Dog Orchestra's "Pity Party.” "Maybe if you stopped feeling so sorry for yourself you'd be more… successful," intones a carbonite voice, ripped straight from an (...)

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