Category Archives: Album Reviews

Kanye West, Yeezus

Everyone in the music world seemed to have one thing on their mind this week: Kanye West’s much-hyped sixth solo album, Yeezus. With very little publicity surrounding the release, no…

Portugal. The Man, Evil Friends

Changing sounds like they’re going out of style, Portugal. The Man teamed up with producer Danger Mouse to create the rock inspired and pop infused album, Evil Friends. Considering the fact…

J. Cole, Born Sinner

As soon as J. Cole released his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story in 2011, anticipation began to build for his follow-up. When Born Sinner got leaked over the…

August Alsina, The Product 2

New Orleans singer August Alsina has been gaining a following since his signing to Def Jam, and the hype surrounding the talented young artist has only increased since the release…

City and Colour, The Hurry and the Harm

It’s summer, even for the indie emo kid, and folk rock act City and Colour is embracing it in full force… well, full force for City and Colour. Dallas Green…

Chance the Rapper, Acid Rap

Today’s hip hop continues to take a turn for the better with up and comer Chance the Rapper joining the rankings. Chance displays his talent and variety on his appropriately…

Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City

As the new number one album in America, Vampire Weekendʼs Modern Vampires of the City proclaims itself the savior of popular music. This fact seems to be a validation not…

The Airborne Toxic Event, Such Hot Blood

Honesty really is the best policy and honest lyrics are a premium these days. With so many artists releasing generic songs written by somebody else,  it can be a surprising find…

Blink 182, Dogs Eating Dogs

There aren’t any dog sodomy or MILF jokes here, this band has changed. Blink-182 has altered their music game with their new independent EP, Dogs Eating Dogs, which was released in December of…

Talib Kweli, Prisoner of Conscious

I should begin this review with a quick disclaimer: any attempt by me to write an objective, unbiased review of Talib Kweli would be a wasted effort. The greatest lyricist…