Hopefully by now, you would have some sort of opinion on post rock Icelandic band Sigur Ros. But with their latest release, the band is throwing fans and new listeners alike a curveball entitled Kveikur.Read more "Music Review: Sigur Ros’ ‘Kveikur’"
Love them or hate them, Vampire Weekend’s latest album Modern Vampires of the City is a must listen of 2013.Read more "Music Review: Vampire Weekend’s ‘Modern Vampires of the City’"
Allison Weiss latest effort Say What You Mean brings a punky charm to a rather plastic singer/songwriter scene.Read more "Music Review: Allison Weiss’ ‘Say What You Mean’"
Iron and Wine continues his road down the glossy, highly produced road with Ghost on Ghost. This time around, however, he knocks this album out of the park.Read more "Music Review: Iron and Wine’s ‘Ghost on Ghost’"
Kid Cudi third rap album Indicud reminds us just how unique and fun the former G.O.O.D. Music artist is, as he rides in and out of the most unique beats you’ll hear all year.Read more "Music Review: Kid Cudi’s ‘Indicud’"
Fall Out Boy comes out of hiding to release Save Rock and Roll, their highly anticipated fifth full length that doesn’t fall flat when it comes to being catchy.Read more "Music Review: Fall Out Boy’s ‘Save Rock And Roll’"
It’s funny what massive popularity does to a band. Seemed like only yesterday a little band called Paramore broke out big with their smash “Misery Business” back in 2007. That would lead them to do a song for the Twilight soundtrack, which generated a massive amount of hype for their ’09 certified gold album Brand […]Read more "Music Review: Paramore’s Self Titled Album"
It’s been seven years since Justin Timberlake put out the then groundbreaking FutureSex/LoveSounds, ones whose futuristic production styles made it something unique, without taking away his polish. In the seven years that it’s taken for The 20/20 Experience to come out, no male pop star has really went out of his way to put out […]Read more "Music Review: Justin Timberlake’s ‘The 20/20 Experience’"
To say that I was a little apprehensive about reviewing The Venetia Fair’s newest outing Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain was a bit of an understatement. The first two music videos to come off of their first project was a nice introduction to their sound, but the utter chaos that the […]Read more "Music Review: The Venetia Fair’s “Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain”"
There are many words to describe the Sacramento alternative outfit K Sera. None of them are “simple.” Even with the bands first Cantos EP, you could tell that they weren’t aiming right down the middle. No, with each K Sera song to come out, you could tell that they were aiming for the stars with […]Read more "Music Review: K Sera’s ‘Collisions And Near Misses’"