Category Archives: Album Reviews

Fall Out Boy, Save Rock and Roll

Honestly, my original reaction to this album was one of disgust. How can an emo band like Fall Out Boy, “Save Rock and Roll”? My negative vibes only grew when…

Wavves, Afraid of Heights

Who doesn’t enjoy nervous breakdowns? Especially when they’re on stage! While I know we’re all hoping that the next Bieber collapse ends with a bit more fireworks, we’ll have to…

Kate Nash, Girl Talk

Girl Talk is simplistic and honest: the preaching of a woman worked to her core. She’s stripped everything down to what matters and what doesn’t.  All you hear and see is…

Brad Paisley, Wheelhouse

Everyone loves country music for the same reasons, it tells a story, it’s real, and it’s simple. The problem is in a genera known for its honesty and simplicity Brad…

The Strokes, Comedown Machine

When your debut album shows up on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, where can you really go from there?  Naturally, I expect great things from The Strokes….

Kacey Musgraves, Same Trailer Different Park

I’ve heard so much great music in the last week that I knew one of these lucky ducks would get an album review. I could rant at Clapton’s rotting decline from…