City and Colour Make a Return with Sonic-Sounding Album “A Pill for Loneliness”

After 5 years since previous release, City and Colour are back with new album “A Pill for Loneliness”. With this album Dallas Green looks inward playing off a sympathetic pathos.  The first single released off the album “Astronaut” gave listeners a good indication the themes, sounds, and moods of the Continue Reading

Tegan and Sara revisit their old roots on new record “Hey, I’m Just Like You”

Tegan and Sara release latest album “Hey I’m Just Like You”, which is the duo’s ninth record. On this record Tegan and Sara revisit old demos dated back to when they were teenagers, updating this demos to fit the sound and people they are today. With a mixed fanbase of Continue Reading

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

SOFT SIGHTS’ Show Potential With _MELANCHOLIA_

Rough around the edges SOFT SIGHTS’ debut album, _MELANCHOLIA_ an ambitious project, that needs a little bit of refining. SOFT SIGHTS is the brainchild of twenty-one year old Sam Rugers. While I didn’t find the album great, I have to admire Ruger’s ambition to create something on their own. The Continue Reading

Taylor Swift Pushes Back at Misogyny, Embraces Feminine Energy, Vulnerability on Lover

Words by Nina Tadic Miss Taylor Swift is far from new to writing music, and far from new to being in the spotlight, but that does not stop her from bringing something new to the table with every release. Her new album Lover really does “step into the daylight and Continue Reading

Album Review: Sanction “Broken in Refraction”

  Long Island hardcore group Sanction released their second album “Broken in Refraction”. After the well received success of their first album “The Infringement of God’s Plan”, the band’s second album was highly-anticipated among many.  What makes this band so interesting is their ability to present a variety of sound Continue Reading

Album Review: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes “End of Suffering”

On May 3rd Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes released their third full-length album titled End of Suffering and the album has already peaked higher on the UK Charts than their last two albums. Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes are playing shows and festivals all over Europe and America from May Continue Reading