album reviews

Reviews of albums old and new from iconic artists and up and coming musicians alike.

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Myles Hart4 hours ago
What Does a Non-Critic Think of the New J. Cole Album, KOD?
First off I have no music credentials, I don't write for a magazine or know rappers/producers/writers etc. I just like writing and wanted to put my thoughts down. Whether I write good or bad, J. Cole ...
Yvonne Glasgow10 hours ago
Greg Jacquin on the Hudson River
There’s a lot of great music out there, and you won’t hear it all on the radio or find it in the music section of your local big box store. In fact, some of the best music can’t be found this way. If ...
Yvonne Glasgow6 days ago
The Sandboys Embrace Their “Glitches, Imperfections and Glorious Quirks”
I love it when I get the chance to listen to new music that really intrigues and inspires me. As a ukulele student myself, at the moment, I seriously love hearing bands and musicians do songs on the u...
Anna Flaherty7 days ago
Frank Cronogue
Frank Cronogue is a singer/songwriter from London who has been writing songs since 1985. He is very passionate about his music—and although this is not his main career, he takes it very seriously. Cro...
Yvonne Glasgow8 days ago
Ryan Human Makes Awesome Music
The end of April 2018, Ryan Human has his debut album hitting the internet. In 2016, he released his first solo EP, which got this Lincoln, NE, guy some acknowledgment for his unique and quirky alt-po...
Eric Allen12 days ago
Kylie Minogue Gets Her Country On
Did you think Dolly Parton would be the last artist to attempt country disco? Well, think again. Dance-pop diva from down under, Kylie Minogue, returns with her first full-length of all new material s...
Victor Trammell18 days ago
Mixtape Review: Spizzy PM & King Boo—'2 Kingz: Moves Among Men'
There's a difference between being an aspiring talent with development potential and an artist with their own business who is working toward expanding an enterprise, not just their personal brand. The...
Yvonne Glasgow20 days ago
Lord Nelson’s 'Through the Night'
Lord Nelson is a band that is known and loved for their live performances, according to their EPK. I can’t testify to this since I’ve never seen them play live. This is the first time I'm even hearing...
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Mac 78321a month ago
Album Review: The Ramones 'Rocket to Russia'
Rocket to Russia was the third album for the New York punk rock band The Ramones. This album has the band more focused on the songs, meaning that it gave the album a range to different tempos and a mi...
Robin Grapea month ago
Best Bandcamp Café Albums
What I Look for In "Cafe" Music: Although I don't expect all albums with "café" in the title to have been created with the intention of being "café music," I'm going to treat these albums as "café alb...
Katie Younga month ago
Review - The Pony Collaboration 'Everything Was Ages Ago'
If Everything Was Ages Ago, the first album from The Pony Collaboration since 2009 after the band's extended "accidental hiatus," sounds like something from a simpler time, that's because it is. Compr...
Yvonne Glasgowa month ago
Mellow Music from Mark Rogers
Music is a strange and wondrous thing. If you’re an avid listener, like I am, you should be able to relate to that statement. I say it's strange and wondrous, or beautiful and amazing because I notice...
Ward Bogoslowskia month ago
How Did We Get So Dark?
There's no denying that Royal Blood is, at least in some small way, indebted to Queens of the Stone Age (QOTSA), who played a key role in pioneering the sound that has made the English blues rock duo ...
Nathan Cranea month ago
'Bobby Tarantino II'
Logic’s fifth mixtape, Bobby Tarantino II, dropped this past Friday on the coattails of its three singles: “44 More,” "Overnight," and “Everyday” featuring Marshmello. To judge the project's overall h...
Practical Stuntsa month ago
Vinyl Review: The Sheepdogs — 'Changing Colours'
Hailing from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, The Sheepdogs have been around since 2006 and fall into the “classic rock” genre due to their simplistic playing style and use of traditional instruments. Their m...
Alex Loefflera month ago
Is There Really a Wolf?
Russ Diemon’s gold certified album There’s Really a Wolf is all about love, loyalty, heartbreak and his unstoppable hustle. Since the album's release in May of last year, I’ve had it on loop in my pla...
Logic: 'Bobby Tarantino II' Review
After the success of his hit single "1-800-273-8255" ft. Alessia Cara and Khalid, there are a lot of expectations from the rapper for his following album Everybody. Everybody left some fans disappoint...
Yvonne Glasgowa month ago
Review: DocFell&Co's Heaven, Hell or Oklahoma
As a classic country fan, I get excited anytime I hear some country music that doesn’t sound like the stuff that plays on the radio these days. I am tired of genre mashups in all types of music. Be co...