For some bands, being signed to a major label is huge step forward. But for Sleeping With Sirens, it was the beginning of a massive rough-patch. In 2017, the Orlando metalcore band signed with Warner … [Read more...] about Album Review: Sleeping With Sirens – How It Feels To Be Lost
There are cases where individuals overcome absolutely insurmountable odds to achieve their greatest successes. In music, these stories are quite common, and one that immediately springs to mind is … [Read more...] about Album Review: Lana Del Rey – Norman F**king Rockwell!
Band of Skulls Demob Happy September 16, 2019 Webster Hall New York City, NY Review and photos by Patriciana Tenicela English rockers Band of Skulls have been around for a decade and chose to … [Read more...] about Show Review: Band of Skulls, Demob Happy – Webster Hall
The Lumineers are one of those bands who take three or four years to make a new record, but that time spent waiting is so worth it once the album drops. That being said, III is finally here, and it … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Lumineers – III
80's nostalgia seems to be in full swing lately. Thanks to Stranger Things, it seems like the nostalgia train swung from remembering the 90s to being totally radical almost immediately. And music … [Read more...] about Album Review: Bat For Lashes – Lost Girls
Debut albums can be either very exciting or daunting things to behold depending on who you ask. For some artists, the debut album is the be all end all - the first chance to make a bonafide statement … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Faim- State of Mind
The last couple years have proved kindly to a fresh wave of indie rock musicians, many of the most prominent being women: Mitski, Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, Marika Hackman, Lucy Dacus - we could … [Read more...] about Album Review: Frankie Cosmos – Close It Quietly
Lindsey Stirling September 5, 2019 Gramercy Theatre New York City, NY Review and photos by Blair Levinger If you’re a fan of Lindsey Stirling, you’ve probably come to expect a level of … [Read more...] about Show Review: Lindsey Stirling – Gramercy Theatre