Sierra Angel

Sierra Angel

Sierra is a music lover, social media manager, and legend in her own mind. When she's not performing internet awesomeness for multiple businesses including The Rainbow Hub she likes to cook, longboard, travel, camp, hike, and write. She currently makes her home in the high desert of northern Nevada. Openly transsexual, run-on sentence offender.
  • Enya ‘Dark Sky Island’ Review

    Ireland’s best selling solo musician, Enya, is back with a new album: Dark Sky Island. Not only is Enya one of Ireland’s greatest treasures, but also one of the best selling artist of all time, with a cool 80 million album sales worldwide over her career spanning nearly 4...
  • Absinthe Drink Recipe, ‘Bloody Debauchery’

    This absinthe drink recipe will rock your Halloween socks off! An original drink crafted by yours truly for the fall season, “Bloody Debauchery” is a potent mix of Lucid Absinthe, Monster Energy, and a touch of grenadine and lime, served in a martini glass. It’s quite tasty and has...
  • Collier Family Files Polygamy Lawsuit in U.S. District Court

    In an update in the story of polygamist family the Colliers, the trio has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Billings, Montana which seeks to overturn state laws which criminalize polygamy. The lawsuit cites the recent Supreme Court decision regarding marriage equality, quoting Justice Anthony Kennedy at...
  • Iron Maiden ‘The Book of Souls’ Review

      Metal legends Iron Maiden have just released the much anticipated The Book of Souls, a double disk album that is larger than life in every way. In an effort spanning over 90 minutes of breathtaking mayhem, vocalist Bruce Dickinson and crew remind us why they are one of...
  • Tamaryn ‘Cranekiss’ Review

    New Zealand native Tamaryn has created a compelling and shimmering wall of noise-pop on her latest effort Cranekiss, the follow up to 2012’s Tender New Signs. Tamaryn could be described as neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, and leans into Goth territory at times. Picking up this album was my first taste of...
  • Crockett ‘The Heist’ Review

    Mind melting retro 80’s chillwave. That’s what you can expect from The Heist by Boston based producer Crockett. This album is enjoyable from start to finish, I found every track to be very listenable and the overall vibe to be really on point. The production is a little thin...
  • Easy Authentic French Onion Soup Recipe

    This easy and authentic super savory French onion soup recipe is a staple in many restaurants, and will wow party guests at your next get together. As a former chef I am used to making this in 5 gallon batches in giant commercial equipment, but I have pared the...
  • Teen Daze ‘Morning World’ Review

    The newest release from Teen Daze, Morning World, is a relaxed, bright and thoughtful album. British Columbia musician and slightly elusive personality Jamison finds himself in slightly new musical territory on this effort as he is out of the bedroom studio by himself, jumping into the world of live...
  • Dr. Dre ‘Compton’ Review

    After a 16 year wait Dr. Dre’s latest effort, Compton, is a grab bag of today’s up and coming rappers along with huge names like Eminem and Snoop Dog, with Dre himself taking a smaller vocal presence on this effort than on previous works. This album, a soundtrack to...