Category Archives: Album Reviews

Hunter Hayes, Storyline

Hunter Hayes is one of those over night success stories; one day nobody has heard of him and then next day every 13- to 22-year-old girl is falling head over…

Ingrid Michaelson, Lights Out

According to Friends, everybody gets a freebie list of celebrities they are allowed to have an affair with regardless of their current relationship status. In my life, everybody gets a…

Lily Allen – Sheezus

 The pop star from across the pond graced our shores with her third studio album last week titled Sheezus. Giving a not so subtle nod to every award shows worst nightmare, the…

The War on Drugs, Lost In The Dream

The War on Drugs is the Philadelphia-based project spearheaded by lead singer Adam Granduciel. Reminiscent of artists like Deerhunter, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Bob Dylan, The War on Drugs…

The Afghan Whigs, Do to the Beast

Though I’m not a fan of bands being reincarnated, it sometimes makes me happy when they are. The Afghan Whigs broke up in 2001 for what seemed like good, due…

Timber Timbre, Hot Dreams

Tweet Album artwork is often the first part of a new album that an artist is able to show you – you have to see the album in order to…

Ghost Twins, Never Fear Total Failure

Tweet After finding out about Ghost Twins, I browsed the web for any cyber traces of the band (many search results referring me to pictures of twins that are ghosts)….

Mac DeMarco, Salad Days

Tweet Mac DeMarco is cooler than you — he just is. From road crew worker to high-school teacher to full-time rocker, DeMarco’s path to semi-stardom has been anything but straightforward….

Tokyo Police Club, Forcefield

Tweet There were four long years of silence in the wake of Tokyo Police Club’s last album, Champ. That curiously long quietness gave vocalist and bassist Dave Monks plenty of…

Future Islands, Singles

Tweet I don’t know if it’s the album cover, or the fact that “islands” is in the band’s name, or the fact that I can practically hear the ice clank…