Agatha LaFaye – Jupiter’s Mantrap

September 6, 2015 D. Niko Holmes 0

8/10 Jupiter’s Mantrap, the debut album of Agatha LaFaye, is both self-released and strikingly self-aware. The first thing I thought when I saw this album was, “Cool artwork.” The second thing I thought was, “WTF […]


Maharg – Stimhack

September 3, 2015 Rian Cunningham 0

9.7/10 Reminiscent of a funkier Daft Punk, Maharg’s record, Stimhack is a fresh new take on the more abstract side to pop/electronica. Each song has it is own unique personality, hooks, groove, and is seductively […]


The Willing – The Dirt EP

August 28, 2015 Shannon Fong 0

7.5/10 Montreal pop-rock band, The Willing, released The Dirt EP, containing four tracks, each one different from the last, and a thirteen-second intro that had me in tears the first time I listened to it […]


Kori – Melancholic Debauchery

August 23, 2015 Dominic Abate 0

6.5/10 I wish I could sit here and tell you that I’m a leading expert in every musical genre, and that my vast knowledge of music extends to far lengths. Unfortunately, it does not, and […]


Laura Joy – Between Our Words

July 25, 2015 Franca G. Mignacca 0

7.5/10 From the very second that Chicago artist Laura Joy’s latest folk-pop album, Between Our Words, begins playing, anyone who is listening will be reeled in, expecting a smooth and amusing little set of songs. […]


30 Frames – Self Titled

July 10, 2015 Rian Cunningham 0

8/10 I felt a jolt of electricity course through me when I heard 30 Frames for the first time. An alternative pop duo from Toronto, these two talented artists have created a wondrous mesh of […]