album reviews

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

Yvonne Glasgow2 months ago
David Alpha’s 'Rockin’ Roulette' EP
David Alpha is a musician based out of Tampa whose music has been described as eclectic. He has an expansive musical background with a couple of different bands and a plethora of solo recordings. If h...
Arthur Welch2 months ago
Father John Misty - 'God's Favorite Customer' // Album Review
Genre - Signer-Songwriter, Contemporary Folk Release Date - June 1, 2018 Father John Misty is the pseudonym for California based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Josh Tillman. It has bee...
Yvonne Glasgow2 months ago
Straight Six's 'Full Circle'
Have you been longing for some real rock again? I’m talking about the stuff from the 80s and early 90s—the hard rock that made you play air guitar and fall in love in the back seat of your parent's ca...
Maxine Harrison2 months ago
Christian Rap EP Review
South London Rapper, R-Scar, recently released his new EP Diverse. The Christian artist, fearlessly expresses and embeds heavy beats into music. Diverse has a range of sounds inspired by hip-hop, trap...
Rj Mitchell2 months ago
All That Remains - 'Victim of the New Disease'
Formed in 1998 in the booming east coast metalcore scene All That Remains is a five-piece metal-core band from Springfield, Massachusetts. Started as a more melodic death metal style side project of t...
Nathan Richer2 months ago
Album Review: State Champs - 'Living Proof'
State Champs album Living Proof has a slightly different sound than their previous releases. During my first listen, I found the new style a bit unsettling. It sounds more “produced,” and “shiny,” and...
Rj Mitchell2 months ago
The Ocean—Phanerozoic I: Palaezoic
The Ocean (or sometimes known as The Ocean Collective) was founded in 2000 by guitarist and songwriter Robin Staps. The often referred to collective based on in their first two years as a band they we...
Kacie Riordan3 months ago
A Review of Joyce Manor's Fifth Studio Album
I think one of the most cop-out arguments when someone doesn’t like a band’s new record is because they say all their music sounds the same. Despite that, I’ll be honest in saying I definitely would t...
Yvonne Glasgow3 months ago
Steve Wheeler's Stormseeker
To put it simply, Steve Wheeler is an orchestral musician whose creative tunes sound as though they belong in epic films. They are powerful and mesmerizing, large and overwhelming, yet beautiful and s...
Rj Mitchell3 months ago
It Came from BandCamp Volume 1
When doing three hundred and sixty-five albums in three hundred and sixty-five-day challenge I have heard a lot of odd things on the old Bandcamp. So I started to think, hey some of these are pretty g...
Rj Mitchell3 months ago
Into Eternity—'Sirens'
Formed in 1997 Into Eternity is a five-piece Canadian progressive metal band from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada by Tim Roth, Scott Krall, and Jim Austin. Over their long time as an active band, they ha...
Cassandra Ryan3 months ago
'Oh Wonder' by Oh Wonder
Oh Wonder is a duo that I, personally, believe deserves more hype. Their debut and self titled album Oh Wonder is one of my top favourites.
Rj Mitchell3 months ago
Hate Eternal - 'Upon Desolate Sands'
Hate Eternal is a death metal band from Saint Petersburg, Florida that was formed in 1997 by Guitarist, Vocalist and renown death metal producer Erik Rutan (formally of Morbid Angel). Upon Desolate Sa...
Rj Mitchell3 months ago
Horrendous—'Idol'
Formed in 2009 Horrendous is a former four-man old school death metal band turned progressive death metal band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With three out of four founding members in co-guitarists...
Sammi Curran3 months ago
RM’s Mono: A Mixtape for Your Heart and Mind
Kim Namjoon (or RM, to use his stage name) is one of the most talented musicians working right now. Besides being the leader of South Korea’s megastar group BTS, he has just released his second mixtap...
Kay Jay3 months ago
Album Review—'Travel Light' by Children of Zeus
Possessing a combination of positive lyricism and a classic sound, this being a quality, soulful vocal and clever word play that's easy to relate to, the majority of Travel Light is written and produc...
Nathan Sartain3 months ago
Day6 - ‘Unlock’ Album Review
Korean rock band Day6 are no strangers to shattering expectations. Their two full-length albums consisting of songs released as part of the Every Day6 project helped earn them public praise and expand...
Rj Mitchell3 months ago
Behemoth - 'I Loved You at Your Darkest' - Review
If for some reason you have been living under a rock for the last few decades, or who knows you might just be getting into the heavier side of music? If this is the case, welcome things are about to g...