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  • ALBUM REVIEW // THE HEIGHTS BY KNOX HAMILTON

    When I first heard about Knox Hamilton, I was intrigued by the notion that they sound like a blend of The 1975, Walk The Moon, and Phoenix, because these bands all produce songs that…

    February 27, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // FAIL YOU AGAIN BY CAN’T SWIM

    It’s been a little over a year since their signing to Pure Noise Records, and alternative rock five-piece Can’t Swim has never sounded this good. Their debut EP, Death Deserves a Name, set the…

    February 21, 2017
  • ALBUM REVIEW // YOUTH AUTHORITY BY GOOD CHARLOTTE

    Constantly you hear fans complaining about a band’s new sound, how they wish they would return to an older style, and the like. When one of your favorite childhood bands releases a new album,…

    July 15, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // AGGRESSIVE BY BEARTOOTH

    I have seen Beartooth live on countless occasions. Every time, I have loved their performance, but, still, I never really sat down and listened to them. With their sophomore full-length, Aggressive, coming out soon,…

    May 31, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // IN OUR BONES BY AGAINST THE CURRENT

    Against The Current’s debut album, In Our Bones, is the first release for the three-piece since signing with Fueled by Ramen early last year. The band, who has been consistently on the road, took…

    May 20, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // NIGHT SPORTS BY 3OH!3

    3OH!3 makes their way back to the music scene with their new album, Night Sports. For many people, the name 3OH!3 brings back many high school memories. Although nothing seems to beat their classic…

    May 11, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // WE WERE KIDS BY THE OTHER STARS

    We Were Kids is the mini debut album from Massachusetts’ The Other Stars. While described as an indie rock band, The Other Stars embodies characteristics from several other genres. More specifically, their sound appears…

    May 10, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // DISSONANTS BY HANDS LIKE HOUSES

    My first realization upon listening to Hands Like Houses’ third full-length album, Dissonants, was that I really missed Trenton Woodley’s voice. It was one of the first things that caught my attention back in…

    February 22, 2016
  • ALBUM REVIEW // MOTH BY CHAIRLIFT

    Chairlift, comprised of vocalist and synthesist Caroline Polachek and musician and producer Patrick Wimberly, are back with their third album, Moth. Together, this New York-based, indie synthpop duo has successfully paired Caroline’s unique vocal…

    January 25, 2016