The summer following my eighth-grade year, I was gifted two things: the hulking view of high school in the near distance and a laptop. Like any good music-obsessed teenager, my first order of … [Read more...] about Life-Changing Album: Castevet – Summer Fences
Long awaited and highly anticipated within his own fanbase and his corner of the punk genre, Frank Iero has finally returned with a new band, newer sound, and the most honest record to be released in … [Read more...] about Album Review: Frank Iero And The Future Violents – Barriers
With their long-awaited full-length album F.O.M.O., Springfield, NJ natives The Vaughns have delivered a fresh, introspective, and hugely satisfying body of work that represents a fully dynamic and … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Vaughns – F.O.M.O.
After a 10-year wait, German industrial metal icons Rammstein have released their seventh album Untitled. If you know who Rammstein are, then you know how crazy they can be, but that’s what we love … [Read more...] about Album Review: Rammstein – Untitled
Surprises in music are truly something to behold these days. One of the biggest in recent memory is the total 180 in rapper-producer and conceptualist Tyler, The Creator’s musical journey. Back in … [Read more...] about Album Review: Tyler, the Creator – IGOR
Palaye Royale Weathers Starbenders May 20, 2019 Irving Plaza New York City, NY Show review and photos by Blair Levinger Some bands ask for lighters in the air. Palaye Royale ask for jazz … [Read more...] about Show Review: Palaye Royale, Weathers, Starbenders – Irving Plaza
RVBY MY DEAR is an alt-pop band based in Brooklyn, NY though Gabbi Coenen hails from the other side of the world - Australia! She is the vocalist and bassist with ravishing ruby red locks, very … [Read more...] about Interview: RVBY MY DEAR
What do you do when you have so many musical ideas that you can’t fit them all onto one album? The answer is easy: you indulge yourself with a double album. Many artists have tackled the double album … [Read more...] about Album Review: Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride