Album Reviews

“Everything Will Be Alright In The End” by Weezer

By: Jimmy Sears After Weezer’s previous outings, the band boldly promised a return to form with their 9th studio album, “Everything Will Be Alright In The End.” Trying to rake back the remnants of the ‘90s...

“Bar de Nuit” by Daniel Roure

By: Ryan Phillips Daniel Roure is a French pianist who combines elements from Jazz, Swing and Blues music into what he deems vintage French music. Inspired by French artists like Charles Trenet, and American legends...

Khalid – American Teen

Landen Winkles “American Teen,” Khalid's debut album, is a promising amalgam of bedroom art-soul, 1980s new-wave pop and a union of lonely-boy mirror gazing with a sense of a larger cultural purpose. It most vividly...

Eternal Death makes its debut with first album, “Eternal Death”

By: Jimmy Sears The electro-pop duo, Elin Berlin and Johan Angergård form their new group, Eternal Death, and make their debut with their first album, which is self-titled. From Sweden, these two pack more synth...

Animal Collective – The Painters

By John Samuel Mecum Animal Collective’s new release "The Painters," is a synth and sample-saturated four song EP of tracks mostly recorded during their last album, released in February of 2016, titled "Painting With." Just...

“Actually, Extremely” by Snooze

By Landen Winkles Are you bored of the same progression in pop? Does it feel like rock and your favorite bands of the past haven't quite whetted your whistle? Do you miss the fluid intricacy...
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