ALBUM REVIEW: Lana Del Rey’s “Norman Fucking Rockwell!” is a poignant observation of the American dream

Lana Del Rey’s sixth album release is finally here and Norman Fucking Rockwell! is a sarcastic, breathy, and nostalgically charged observation of the present day. Lana has always been known for her cynical yet laissez-faire way of pointing out her experiences and flaws, and this album concisely brings that approach Continue Reading

House of Sugar is (Sandy) Alex G at His Best and Most Bittersweet

House of Sugar, the eighth studio album released by (Sandy) Alex G is a glittering masterpiece chock-full of the playful, painful melancholy that characterizes Alex Giannascoli’s music. Some actually credit House of Sugar as Giannascoli’s ninth album – the Philadelphia singer-songwriter has been prolific on the platform Bandcamp for nearly Continue Reading

Post Malone mixes musical genres and darker lyrics in his third album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

Opening the album with title track “Hollywood’s Bleeding”, Post Malone jumps feet first into his third studio album. Dark, lilting vocals show the angst of calling Hollywood home, “We’re running out of reasons, but we can’t let go.” His hazy words melt songs together, moving from one song into the Continue Reading

Album Review: The Lumineers unveils an new darkness in “III”

Famous for their upbeat singles like “Ho Hey” “Stubborn Love” and “Ophelia” The Lumineers takes on a different path with III. They do however continue to create powerful stories building off of simplicity and using each instrument to its fullest potential. Despite being a strongly emotionally charged album, The Lumineers Continue Reading

Album Review: Sleeping With Sirens “How it Feels to be Lost”

Sleeping With Sirens are back at it again, with the follow-up record to 2017’s pop rock exploration Gossip. The band is heavier than ever on their latest release, How It Feels To Be Lost, which marks their Sumerian Records debut. Fronted by one of the most recognizable voices in the Continue Reading