Homesafe – One

June 29, 2018 Max Morin 0

7/10 Pop-punk has come a long way from its frosted-tipped heyday in the mid-2000s. The genre has suffered from the same kind of glut as hair metal or grunge went through, as wave after wave […]


The Gays – The Agenda

May 10, 2018 Max Morin 0

5/10 The Gays are a Montreal band. That about covers it. The city’s Euro-Western electro-music vibe is felt in every second of this record. The closest comparison I could come up with was Death From […]


Morgan Barrie – Fall

April 12, 2018 Aaron Deck 0

6.1/10 I’ve always found the singer/songwriter genre very polarizing. It seems they’ll either produce something so amazing, something so profound that you find yourself pantsless and screaming at the moon over their sheer brilliance after […]


Adiescar – Love in Sound EP

March 9, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

8/10 There are some albums I absolutely love listening to at the gym. The songs are energized and really get your blood pumping for a solid workout. Alright, I confess, I don’t actually go to […]

Betty Moon - Chrome

Betty Moon – Chrome

February 2, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

7/10 It’s the wee hours of the morning. The party is still going, but the haze is becoming stronger by the second. That’s kind the kind of mood set by Chrome, the latest release from […]

Citizen Jane - Into the Storm

Citizen Jane – Into the Storm

January 19, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

8/10 There is a certain amount of cheese that comes part and parcel with any pop release. As a consumer, the measure in question is that of how much cheese one is willing to ingest […]


Liz Bills – Liz Bills EP

January 5, 2018 Mathieu Perrier 0

5/10 Liz Bills is a singer-songwriter and season 12 American Idol contestant hailing from Massachusetts. Amongst her many musical projects, her most recent is a folk EP released under her own name. The short album […]