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

Yungblud – Missio // Vancouver, BC // 09.11.2019

Yungblud with Missio Vogue Theatre Vancouver, BC September 11th, 2019 Opening up a night of heavy lyricism and lots of jumping around were Missio, a pop-rock duo from Austin, Texas. It was pretty clear that a solid portion of the room were already fans of the band as they screamed Continue Reading

Kacey Musgraves – Yola // Cleveland, OH // 09.06.2019

Kacey Musgraves with Yola Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Cleveland, OH September 06th, 2019 Kacey Musgraves blessed Ohio with one final date on her “Oh, What a World: Tour II” this past spring when announcing it would be in Cleveland at beautiful Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica. She had previously played Columbus this past January Continue Reading

Lewis Blissett shares abstract visual for “Killing Butterflies”

In a sea of Youtube covers, 15 year old Lewis Blissett’s pure and effortless voice cuts through the rest. The English teen’s covers of pop stars like Rihanna, Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish have earned him much praise and co-signs from the artists themselves. Like many young kids his age, 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

Pussy Riot share music video for “1937”, protest for the release of political prisoners

Russian political punk rock band, Pussy Riot, has shared the protest music video for their song “1937.” The song was written to demand the release of all of Russia’s political prisoners and to bring attention to the corrupt elections that have been occurring in Moscow. The song touches on the Continue Reading

KidEyes release new single in anticipation of debut self titled EP

Photo by Cameron Jordan Los Angeles natives, KidEyes, have announced that they will be released their self titled debut EP on October 4th. The indie rock band are sure to set the bar high with their release after receiving critical acclaim and comparisons to indie rock powerhouse bands like X Continue Reading