New Music - October 25, 2018

Goodbye, for now

As you’ve probably noticed, there has been radio silence on our end for a few months now. After exploring everything from writing to podcasting, we discovered a few things about how we listen to and enjoy music. Turns out, none of those ways were conducive…

Reviews - December 15, 2017

Pop 2 – Charli XCX

Charli XCX is, in my opinion, the most underrated pop star in the game right now. Sure, she has plenty of plays on Spotify and has opened for some huge acts, but she continually goes under the radar. How often do you hear her name in the every day conversations of pop music fans? Or on the radio? Or in commercials or TV Shows? Rarely.

Reviews - September 15, 2017

Communicating – Hundred Waters

While always carrying that electro-folk genre on their shoulders, they certainly were more on the folk side of things before Skrillex recruited them on his OWSLA label. This album is miles away from their folky origins and, to great surprise, it really works.

Reviews - September 8, 2017

Forced Witness – Alex Cameron

It’s not often an artist can really catch you off guard with their lyrics. Forced Witness frequently, and in line with his first album, presents some lyrical tongue-in-cheek poetry detailing character focused stories.

Reviews - August 30, 2017

Villains – Queens of the Stone Age

Commuting with the Devil A “Review” of Villains by Queens of the Stone Age By Steve Knapp Listen up, you probably don’t know me, but I like Queens of the Stone Age. You might also find yourself amongst their legions of fans. Either way, we’re…

Reviews - August 24, 2017

Painted Ruins – Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear is one of those groups that just can’t be compared. They are impeccably talented, sometimes almost too much so, sending chills down your bones with their instrumentation and vocal arrangements. They recently released their first album since 2012 and it is truly a…

With indie rock’s domination of clubs, arenas and festivals for the majority of this decade, it’s easy to see how some people grow tired of the same old formula indie rock has hummed along to. Every once and awhile a band comes along or creates…

Reviews - August 14, 2017

Cage Tropical – Frankie Rose

I was only going to review one song from Brooklyn dream pop enigma Frankie Rose’s third LP Cage Tropical, but picking just one song wouldn’t do this album justice. This album is as diverse as it is immense. There are so many genres packed into it…