Album Review – “Every Where is Some Where” by K.Flay

Even with the inclusion of her previous EP, K.Flay’s sophomore full-length is a wonderful masterpiece the blends a multitude of genres and styles. “Dreamers,” one of the songs from the Crush Me EP, starts the record in a positive and uplifting way. The theme continues with “Giver,” a strong track for first-time listeners of K.Flay; … More Album Review – “Every Where is Some Where” by K.Flay

Album Review – “Fail You Again” by Can’t Swim

Fail You Again, the debut record from New Jersey natives Can’t Swim, is an exemplary display of punk-rock, filled with heavy guitars and intense drumming. “We Won’t Sleep” was released as the lead single. With honest and compelling lyrics, lead singer Chris LoPorto provides harsh vocals that border on yelling but it matches the roughness … More Album Review – “Fail You Again” by Can’t Swim

Album Review – “Here Again” by A Will Away

The highly anticipated debut album from Connecticut natives A Will Away features a variety of sounds infused into their unique style. The opening song, lead single, and title track, “Here Again” stays true to their known sound, one of pop-punk style with rock elements. Drum and cymbal-heavy, the song features powerful lyrics from lead singer … More Album Review – “Here Again” by A Will Away

Album Review – “Synesthesia” by Courage My Love

Courage My Love made their long-awaited return with their second full-length Synesthesia. Reminiscent of their past work, this album is also a clear progression of their growth and maturity as they hone their sound. Kicking off the album is “Animal Heart,” a synth-pop track filled with electronic components. As usual, lead singer Mercedes Arn-Horn’s vocals … More Album Review – “Synesthesia” by Courage My Love

Album Review – “Blacklist_” by Dangerkids

Following their highly successful debut album, Dangerkids released “Blacklist_” to showcase their growth and maturity, all while sticking to the familiar sound and style that fans have come to expect. Their sound can best be compared to that of Linkin Park, with heavy rock elements paired with electronic sounds and a combination of clean and … More Album Review – “Blacklist_” by Dangerkids

Album Review – “Palisades” by Palisades

The self-titled third full-length album from Palisades has a softer rock sound to it which contrasts the heavy electronic style from their first two records. The band, signed to Rise Records, released “Palisades” two years after their last album “Mind Games.” Although this album has a dark tone, there is more singing and less unclean … More Album Review – “Palisades” by Palisades

Album Review – “Night People” by You Me At Six

The fifth studio album from one of England’s premier rock bands takes listeners back to their roots and sticks to their familiar sound. While the album is a bit heavier than their previous record, “Cavalier Youth,” some songs are still reminiscent of that album. In the same vein, some songs sound similar to their original … More Album Review – “Night People” by You Me At Six

Album Review – “Anatomical Heart” by Woven In Hiatus

With soft vocals but heavier instrumental work, Woven In Hiatus is a breath of fresh air in the usually dark genre of alternative/indie rock. Following their signing to InVogue Records, their debut album “Anatomical Heart” is not the strongest, but it is definitely a great start. Filled with slower melodies and calm vocals from lead … More Album Review – “Anatomical Heart” by Woven In Hiatus

Album Review – “Lady Wood” by Tove Lo

Swedish pop-star Tove Lo continues to shine with her second LP, “Lady Wood.” With sincerity and pop-influences, this album is incredibly exciting and strong. It is a more thematic and visual album and Tove released a short film shortly after the release to accompany the record. The album starts with an instrumental track and features … More Album Review – “Lady Wood” by Tove Lo