In 2019, rock and roll has been going through quite a bit of evolution. A year ago, critics and pundits were questioning if it was “alive," and purists were knee-deep in debates on whether or not acts … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Parlor Mob – Dark Hour
Indie-pop music has been on something of a retro kick these days. With bands such as The 1975 asserting dominance, it seems the new wave sounds and styles of the 80s are finding their way back onto … [Read more...] about Album Review: HUNNY – Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Pop music is full of narratives of artists waiting for the moment when they’re finally fully embraced into the mainstream. Alt-pop artist Banks has been steadily building herself up these past few … [Read more...] about Album Review: Banks – III
This summer has been host to quite a few promising rock records, and The Black Keys' latest release Let’s Rock is another addition to the pack. The record by the acclaimed Ohio-based duo is their … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Black Keys – Let’s Rock
Alt-pop trio Chase Atlantic are coming into their own this year. After dropping an EP in January, the trio have finally released their debut album Phases. The album expands upon the group’s woozy, … [Read more...] about Album Review: Chase Atlantic – Phases
The pure sounds of rock and roll are making a comeback this year, and Detroit luminary Jack White’s The Raconteurs are more than making a case for it. With their latest album Help Us Stranger, the … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Raconteurs – Help Us Stranger
While the old “Is Rock Dead?” debate continues to rage on, some of the most prolific and influential bands of the early aughts are still very much keeping the genre kicking. One such act, Titus … [Read more...] about Album Review: Titus Andronicus – An Obelisk
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