Archive for the ‘Music Reviews’ Category

Published on June 1st, 2011

April 9, 2011—the Regent Theatre, Arlington, MA:  What started off as what I thought was going to be a pleasant experience »

Published on May 31st, 2011

Positive vibes, sick beats, real talk, upcoming youth and ancestry all pull together on one of the hottest albums out. »

Published on May 31st, 2011

So glad I’ve recently came across this incredible hip hop artist, Nicholas Hunt better known as EQ. I don’t know »

Published on May 29th, 2011

I try to avoid forming predetermined expectations and hopes for a new record – it almost invariably leads to disappointment »

Published on May 27th, 2011

Back in 2006 The Dodos were one of the web’s most critically acclaimed indie folk acts, releasing the highly praised »

Published on May 25th, 2011

Isn’t David Bazan supposed to suck by now? Isn’t his music supposed to be too clean and over-produced or cheesy »

Published on May 25th, 2011

In 2005, Death Cab For Cutie made a move that, according to some, was the biggest mistake of their career; »

Published on May 22nd, 2011

Had my eighteen-year-old self heard Ben Sollee, the self-described ‘genre-bending cellist and vocalist’ (and the full potential of that instrument) »

Published on May 22nd, 2011

An absolutely amazing band from New York called Swear and Shake. When I first heard Kari Spieler’s voice I knew »

Published on May 21st, 2011

This is an incredible up coming dance music producer hailing from New Zealand, who goes by the name of Ryan »

Published on May 19th, 2011

Houston native Robert Ellis announces the release of his debut LP Photographs, from New West Records out on July 5. »

Published on May 17th, 2011

Living in Atlanta, it gets tiresome with everyone thinking of your hometown as being nothing more than a hip-hop town. »

Published on May 15th, 2011

The Felice Brothers released their fourth full-length studio album, Celebration, Florida, this week. The title of the album, named for »

Published on May 13th, 2011

“…a churning attempt at a no-holds-barred epic, is a cringe-worthy disaster, outfitted with repetitive distortion, dorky gang chanting, and the »