Albums

Broadcaster: A Million Hours

Putting out a new record every year since 2011, Broadcaster may be fairly new to the party, but they’ve come in guns locked and loaded, here to please. A Million Hours has been described as almost “canonica...

Pocket Vinyl: Death Anxiety

Self-described “piano slam rock” act Pocket Vinyl released their third full-length, Death Anxiety, earlier this year. The record was funded completely by a Kickstarter campaign, surpassing their initial goa...

CFCF: Outside

Canadian electronic producer Michael Silver is known by his stage name CFCF after the news channel based in his hometown of Montreal. He has recently released his second full-length, an electronic album ins...

This Is A Lifetime: Clarity

Clarity certainly makes me yearn for more from this band. Although this is their fifth EP since the group formed in 2010, this is the first I’m hearing of them. They’re certainly no secret to those in their...

Combichrist: We Love You

Combichrist: The name implies a “punk rock messiah.” Their style has been called “TBM” (techno body music). In preparation for this review, I listened to the entire previous body of work of this Norwegian a...

Callow: Blue Spells

The scariest part of becoming a musician is the commitment such a life requires, and the sacrifices that need to be made to start building a name for oneself. Callow are a pair of opportunists who saw their...

Less Than Jake: See The Light

Less Than Jake had not released a full-length of new material in five years until 2013's See The Light. The ska punk band spent this time back in their hometown in Florida, trying to purify their music and ...