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  • ALBUM REVIEW // CLEVER GIRL BY SHARPTOOTH

    Let’s get two things straight: Sharptooth is an awesome band, and this album is absolutely incredible. This hardcore/punk outfit hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, give zero fucks. Instead of holding back from speaking their thoughts,…

    January 17, 2018
  • ALBUM REVIEW // SOHO, NY EP BY STOLAR

    All over the world, now more than ever, individuals are talking about mental health–a topic that has been seemingly left in the dark until just recently. Understanding the importance of openly discussing an issue…

    January 16, 2018
  • ALBUM REVIEW // GOING GREY BY THE FRONT BOTTOMS

    With two years since the release of Back On Top and five years since the self-titled record that sent The Front Bottoms spiraling headfirst into the world of pop punk, the announcement of Going…

    October 9, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // OH, YUCK BY SO MUCH LIGHT

    No one likes to hear the same story twice, and, for many, listening to the same Chainsmokers hit four times in one day becomes a drag. The electronic music scene is going through an…

    August 9, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // BLOOM BY SEPARATIONS

    Though many people define themselves by their place in the punk-rock world, there are definitely new stylistic variations branching out of that overarching genre. Experimental sounds often ebb and flow, with some fading away…

    June 22, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // WOODSTOCK BY PORTUGAL. THE MAN

    Ever since release of single “Feel It Still,” Portugal. The Man fans have been at the edge of their seats awaiting the release of Woodstock. Packed with an earful of groovy sounds and vocals,…

    June 13, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // DIFFERENT ANIMALS BY VOLUMES

    With the departure of Michael Barr and the introduction of vocalist Myke Terry, Volumes’ upcoming release has been on the radar for metalcore fans for quite some time. When a band goes through major…

    June 8, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // HEAVEN EP BY THE BAND CAMINO

    The very first time I heard The Band Camino, I was convinced I was listening to the American version of The 1975. Not only does this band make you want to move your body,…

    May 31, 2017