Albums

The Obsessed – Sacred

July 6, 2017 Jesse Gainer 1

8/10 In December of 2015, Lemmy Kilmister, legendary frontman of Motörhead, passed away. While his legacy is far too complex to summarize here, the reaction to Lemmy’s death revealed that a great many people believed in the […]

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Colour Wheel – Self Titled

June 30, 2017 Shawn Thicke 0

4.5/10 Colour Wheel fell into the trap that I really hoped they avoided. On the Colour Wheel EP, they follow the exact same formula as their previous release to diminishing returns. Last year, Losing Streak […]

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Velvet Black – Orleans

June 29, 2017 Syd Ghan 0

9/10 On their debut effort Orleans, Quebec City natives Velvet Black find the right balance between sexy and soul to create a pop record that is as sombre as it is smooth. Each song bursts […]

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The Without – Factions    

June 23, 2017 Lee Ferguson 0

6.5/10    If the show “Portlandia” has taught me anything, it’s that Portland, Oregon is a city swimming with neo hippies, still lost somewhere in the 90s. We’re supposed to believe everything we see on […]

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The Everyday Anthem – Nobodies

June 21, 2017 Keenan Kerr 0

9/10 Woah, 2002, welcome back! You’re lookin’ good, baby. History has a tendency of repeating itself, and luckily The Everyday Anthem (TEA) of the beautiful Atlanta, GA are accelerating a revisit while utilizing the sound […]

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Sage – Procrastinate

June 14, 2017 Syd Ghan 0

7/10 The most impressive thing about Cochrane, Ontario’s Sage, the brainchild of one Eric Paquet who handles the drumming and singing as well as the songwriting and recording, is that this band does Nirvana dirtier […]