Reviews

Speak: Pedals

The first half of Speak’s sophomore release, Pedals, is full of heavy dance and electronic music influences, including some beats and sounds that sound like they belong from Kanye West’s Yeezus. However, th...

Cancers: Fatten The Leeches

20 years ago, grunge rock had its spotlight moment. Grunge didn’t stop at music; it had its own distinguishable fashion and attitude. It was influential to say the least. As time continued and things change...

Cocksure: TVMALSV

Lovers of old-school industrial who are waiting for a modern, novel reinterpretation of their genre will find TVMALSV by the irreverent band Cocksure to be right up their proverbial alley. Brainchild of Chr...

Woman’s Hour: Conversations

There are certain qualities in music that make you relate musical patterns to specific points in time. If time travel had music set to it, Conversations would play if you were traveling back to the ‘80s. It...

Walking Shapes: Mixtape (Vol. 1)

In just the two years that they have been a band, New York City's Walking Shapes have accomplished quite a bit. While their latest release, Taka Come On, has been billed as their first album, Mixtape (Vol. ...

Neil Holyoak: Rags Across The Sun

I’ve been looking for an artist to replace Fleet Foxes in my heart ever since they stopped putting out new material post-Helplessness Blues three years ago. And by God, I think I’ve found my new fix in Neil...
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