Saturday, February 23, 2019
Call Security - Laberge

Call Security – Laberge

The classic Killers sound of the early 2000s necessarily bears a certain nostalgia; indeed, alternative rock and indie have changed quite a bit since then. Even the band themselves...
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Birthright – Lost In Your Ghost Review

Lost In Your Ghost is Birthright's 4th EP album.
Cold Soda Club - Passing Greenbush

Cold Soda Club – Passing Greenbush EP

Sheboygan, WI. natives Cold Soda Club are barely scratching the surface on their potential. Formed in 2011 while the members were still in high school, they've managed to navigate...
Redshift Headlights

Redshift Headlights – Inside Voices

The narrative nature of Redshift Headlights' debut LP, "Inside Voices" makes it obvious that Stephen McCabe is not content with the lyrical status quo. McCabe, an English instructor at the...
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Sunbathers – Sunbathers EP Review

The Sunbathers EP is the first EP from the Sunbathers.
no hope/no harm - Swimming in the Charles EP

no hope/no harm – Swimming in the Charles EP

Boston's no hope/no harm can only be described as hidden gem - their combination of emo guitars, new-wavish baritone vocals, and occasional lyric wit coalesce across the six track...
Horace Greene - The Diamond Engine

Horace Greene – The Diamond Engine

"The Diamond Engine" is proof that there's no degree of sophomore slump for the dynamic indie trio Horace Greene. The album picks up where "Early American Ice Cream", released...
Horace Greene - Early American Ice Cream

Horace Greene – Early American Ice Cream

What does ice cream have to do with bluesy indie rock? I'm not really sure but my best guess is they're both tasty. Before I even dive into the musical...

Boys’ Club – Come Find Me

It's always a bittersweet feeling discovering a band after they've broken up; arguably, it's even harder when the band has just called it quits. It's almost as if you're interrupting the...
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Hollywood Undead – Day of the Dead Review

Day of the Dead is the 4th studio album by Hollywood Undead.
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