Review of Say Anything’s ‘Anarchy, My Dear’

Where do I begin with Say Anything? Max Bemis and Co. went from being in the green graces of the alternative scene by mixing in delightfully anthematic lyrics (more like poems) and some amazingly catchy riffs. Their first album …Is A Real Boy and their follow-up In The Defense Of The Genre were two amazing […]

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Review of Sister City’s “Carbon Footprint”

About a year ago, I picked up an album that would later become one of my favorites of all time; Brand New’s 2001 release Your Favorite Weapon. The album was a breath of fresh air in a time where NSYNC was popular and Shaggy was a thing. Songs like “Jude Law and a Semester Abroad,” […]

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