The Unlikely Candidates// Castle Comer// Cheyenne, WY 3.13.2020

Life looks different on March 13th than it did on March 12th. The morning comes, just as it did the day before, but today in the USA, it’s different. COVID-19. This little word with such a devastating meaning, has officially invaded our country and brought it to it’s knees. Shows Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Silverstein’s “A Beautiful Place to Drown” revitalizes post-hardcore with some new elements

Silverstein is a band that defines the word “consistency.” Over two decades, the Ontario quintet has managed to put out several albums that hallmarked a signature emo rock/post-hardcore blend while incorporating either musical trends that were popular at the time or entirely unorthodox influences that inspired other bands to follow Continue Reading

Beach Bunny Release Debut Album “Honeymoon”

Chicago’s indie act Beach Bunny release their debut album Honeymoon, fitting for lovers of “heart-on-your-sleeve” music. Honeymoon is an album full of honesty and innocence, that combines in a way that makes the music tunefully exuberant. Lead singer, Lily Trifilio writes music overcoming self-doubt, that at face-value can seem archetypal, Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “I Let It In and It Took Everything” by Loathe is a turning point in metal music (yes. I mean that.)

The shift in genre tendencies over the course of metalcore’s existence has been an interesting topic to discuss, as there are only so many bands and records in the world of metal music that can be referred to as “visionary” works. We saw it when Converge began blending hardcore and Continue Reading

Kesha returns to her roots on “High Road”

Following the success of her album Rainbow, her first release since the long battle against former producer Dr. Luke, Kesha is back with her latest release High Road. An album described as “a full return to Kesha’s pop roots” and born from “unrestrained joy and wildness.” On High Road, she Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “The Night God Slept REDUX” by Silent Planet brings old songs back in a new light

The first song that I ever heard by Silent Planet was “Native Blood”. I remember how it captivated me; the lyrical tapestry that vocalist Garrett Russell wove in between pounding segments of metalcore and passages of atmospheric progressive metal. Noting how Silent Planet has somewhat kickstarted an entire subgenre of Continue Reading