Detroit’s spooky punk rock band ThePicassos recently released a two track EP, Moth Eaten Sweaters, on November 18th through Metro Detroit recording company, Equal Recordings. The band chose this fitting release … Continue Reading ThePicassos release “Moth Eaten Sweaters”
Instead of bowing to the pressure or glamorizing the dark side of fame, his music revels in its honesty. And the best part of it all? It opens up to … Continue Reading Post Malone Tackles Heartbreak and Fame in Third LP “Hollywood’s Bleeding”
Pressure shows growth for Wage War and presents one of their most diverse bodies of work. The album strays from their usual sound without totally changing it. It shows that … Continue Reading Wage War goes full force with Pressure
Starting off as the band known for just “Counting Worms” – Knocked Loose is proving to be an icon in the hardcore scene.
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“There will definitely be fans who vie for one album over the other – and it’s perfectly OK. These efforts are meant to be the perfect, complementary images of each … Continue Reading Jaden Smith Channels His Dark Side in Ambitious Follow-Up
“La Dispute gives a wonderful mix of layered sounds and variations that leave listeners finding something new each time they listen.”
“These personal moments on the album showcase how Grande does not need to rely upon high notes to make some of her most memorable work. Her strong, yet delicate voice … Continue Reading How thank u, next Became Ariana Grande’s Career Changer
“Healy’s understanding of the impact moves to provide human contact on an interactive and real level — leading to the penultimate understanding that trying to live is succeeding in not … Continue Reading ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’: The 1975’s most prophetic work so far
“The aggression and anger are accompanied by notes of sadness and doom. The slivers of hope and acceptance come in waves. They are not in order, and are experienced simultaneously.”
“Origins comes across as a gimmick with subpar lyrics and production that feels haphazardly thrown together.”
“Russell’s insightful and educating lyrics provide a deeper level of intimacy to the work. The intricate work of the guitars with the vast bass tones present a sense of urgency … Continue Reading Album Review: Silent Planet dissects the current state of humanity on When the End Began
“Trench picks up where Blurryface left off with Tyler Joseph exploring the many dimensions of his voice throughout the album.”
“The changes in sound and topic are a sign of maturing, learning and trying new things, but does not make Boston Manor’s music unrecognizable — still hitting us with riffs … Continue Reading Boston Manor releases sophomore album ‘Welcome to the Neighbourhood’