Grimes – Miss Anthropocene Review

Five years since her last magnificent and critically adored album, Art Angels, Claire Boucher a.k.a. Grimes returns with an absolute banger of a project. It was definitely worth the wait. Over her previous four full-length albums, an underlying standard of style has been well-established but it is somehow ever-advancing at the same time. On Miss … Continue reading Grimes – Miss Anthropocene Review

The Espresso: a quick review of The Keystones’ new single “WLVS”

Despite the name, The Keystones are not from Pennsylvania, rather, they're a garage rock band from Waukesha, Wisconsin. They're preparing for a Spring EP list, and have a new single "WLVS" coming out February 24th.The song's main riff is killer. You could almost mistake it for a Rage Against the Machine riff, but it's used … Continue reading The Espresso: a quick review of The Keystones’ new single “WLVS”

Lowrider – Refractions Review

When you think of a typical Swedish landscape, the desert probably isn't the first thing to come to mind. But with bands like Truckfighters, Monolord, and Graveyard, Sweden has been fertile grounds for all things desert rock. Lowrider are also an important member of the scene, but the band holds the honor of being among … Continue reading Lowrider – Refractions Review

Green Day – Father of All Motherfuckers Review

Green Day returns with their shortest album yet, Father of All Motherfuckers, clocking in at just over 26 minutes. This was a key selling point of the album during its promotion, with Billie Joe Armstrong noting he no longer liked long songs, refusing to listen to anything over 3 minutes. Another critical point made during … Continue reading Green Day – Father of All Motherfuckers Review