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‘What It Means To Fall Apart’ album review

November 24, 2021

In their seventh studio album, alternative band Mayday Parade makes an emotional statement about the power of relationships and memories. Originating from Tallahassee, Florida, Mayday Parade has been making...

HORIZONS album cover, courtesy of STARSET.

‘HORIZONS’ album review

November 10, 2021

HORIZONS is the fourth studio album of progressive rock band STARSET. Known best for previous singles such as My Demons and Monster, STARSET’s new album is a beautiful mix of emotional lyrics and explosive...

Album Cover for Blue Banisters by Lana Del Rey.

‘Blue Banisters’ album review

October 27, 2021

Lana Del Rey’s eighth studio album “Blue Banisters” was announced in April 2021, but not released until October 22nd. This album is haunting and beautiful but features some weaker tracks that unfortunately...

In These Silent Days album review

‘In These Silent Days’ album review

October 13, 2021

In These Silent Days is the seventh studio album by American artist Brandi Carlile, who shot to fame after her debut self-titled album. The singer-songwriter has 13 Grammy nominations under her belt, as...

‘A Beginner’s Mind’ Album Review

‘A Beginner’s Mind’ Album Review

September 29, 2021

According to Metacritic.com, this album is “the debut full-length release for the collaboration between Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine was inspired by such films as All About Eve, Bring It On...

‘There are Leeches in Denton Lake’ album review

‘There are Leeches in Denton Lake’ album review

September 15, 2021

The first album to be released by solo artist Owen Trawick. The album, There are Leeches in Denton Lake, is a 7 track EP written exclusively acoustic. Because it’s his first release, not much can be...

Let the Bad Times Roll - The Offspring album review

Let the Bad Times Roll – ‘The Offspring’ album review

September 1, 2021

As the 10th studio album for The Offspring, Let the Bad Times Roll was a struggle to produce. Events such as the COVID-19 pandemic to the bassist suing the band, this album took nearly 10 years to be released....

The Killers Pressure Machine album review

The Killers ‘Pressure Machine’ album review

August 18, 2021

As The Killers’ seventh studio album, and the second album released during COVID-19, Pressure Machine is a nostalgic, melancholy album about a small town in Utah. All of the tracks start out with a unique...

Album review: “XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time” by The Maine

Album review: “XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time” by The Maine

August 4, 2021

“XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time” is the 8th studio album from The Maine, recorded and produced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. According to frontman John O’Callaghan "This album is...

The Revenge of Hobo Johnson album by Hobo Johnson.

Album review: The Revenge of Hobo Johnson by Hobo Johnson

July 14, 2021

In the fourth album by award-winning Hobo Johnson, a California-based lyrical rapper, Johnson presents strong messages about political control, as well as his own issues, including mental health. "The...

Album review: Songs in A Minor: 20th Anniversary Exclusives

Album review: Songs in A Minor: 20th Anniversary Exclusives

June 30, 2021

“Songs in A Minor: 20th Anniversary Exclusives” is the self-explanatory release of four songs dedicated to Alicia Keys’ debut album, “Songs in A Minor” (2001), which sold more than 50,000 copies...

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