Albums + Tracks

P!nk Speaks Her Mind With “Hurts 2B Human”


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The fierce and bold P!nk released her 8th studio album Hurts 2B Human this past Friday and it’s nothing short of what we expected. This album gives us a glimpse into her mind as it is centered around love, hardships, and relationships. Featuring several guest artists and song-writers like Sia, Teddy Geiger, Chris Stapleton, Cash ...

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Billie Eilish: Pioneering A New Wave Of Teen Pop Music


Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Since her debut EP in 2017 “Don’t Smile at Me”, Billie Eilish has been a pioneer in the music industry. At the age of 17, she's been taking risks and reinventing the pop music scene. Her hauntingly different sound has everyone wanting more. Friday, March 28, she released her debut album When We All Fall ...

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New Music Roundup ft. Lykke Li, Snail Mail & Kids See Ghosts: Featured image courtesy of Snail Mail

New Music Roundup ft. Lykke Li, Snail Mail, and Kids See Ghosts


Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Nothing says new music like a Friday, and this week was no exception. From the fiercely poignant indie rock of 18-year-old Lindsey Jordan, better known as Snail Mail, to the crisp comeback pop of Swedish singer Lykke Li, to the long-awaited collab from Kanye and Kid Cudi, this week we truly saw it all. Keep ...

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CHVRCHES Find Their Remedy In ‘Love Is Dead’: Featured image courtesy of CHVRCHES

CHVRCHES Find Their Remedy In ‘Love Is Dead’


Thursday, May 31, 2018

Love Is Dead is the third studio album from the Glasgow-based synth-pop trio CHVRCHES, and the group’s latest project since 2016’s Every Open Eye. It’s also one of their sharpest releases to date. Featuring the refined and glittering production of Grammy award winning Greg Kurstin (whose previous credits include Adele, Sia, and Beck, among many ...

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‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’: How Courtney Barnett Bears It All & ‘Turns It Into Art’


Friday, May 25, 2018

Although comparing artists to each other commonly brings up complaints among artists and critics alike (there will never be a new Beatles!) there are certain situations where this side-by-side is unavoidable. Like when Patti Smith invited Australian punk-folk-rocker Courtney Barnett up on stage last April at Melbourne’s Festival Hall. Whether it’s the hair, the fact ...

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Arctic Monkeys’ “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino” Album Review


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Deciding where to begin when describing this album is no easy task, as it really doesn’t fit into any already designed boxes. The initial thought upon beginning Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino written by Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner was, “This reminds me of that song the blob guys sings in Rick & Morty?” After ...

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'A Sea of Undefinable Stuff': Sitting Down With Brooklyn's O Mer: Featured image courtesy of Gaya Feldheim Schorr

‘A Sea of Undefinable Stuff’: Sitting Down With Brooklyn’s O Mer


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

When I met O Mer—or Omer, something we’ll get more into later—for the first time, he was performing in the back room of Alphaville, a trendy bar in Bushwick that doubles as a venue. The spot has become a fan-favorite among emerging NYC-based acts, hosting eclectic three- or four-band bills on a nearly daily basis. ...

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Post Malone’s “beerbongs & bentleys” Album Review


Thursday, May 3, 2018

Since the release of “White Iverson” in 2015, Post Malone’s rise to fame was a relatively short journey. Three years later and Malone has already released his sophomore album, beerbongs & bentleys on Friday, April 27. The 18-track LP is already topping charts with his catchy hooks and relatable lyrics. https://open.spotify.com/album/6trNtQUgC8cgbWcqoMYkOR?si=UZZrhuxETgqKmP7_O_QsPw At first glance, beerbongs & bentleys ...

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J. Cole’s “KOD” Album Review


Thursday, April 26, 2018

J. Cole hasn’t featured any artists since his 2013 release Born Sinner. His two most recent albums, 2014 Forest Hills Drive and 4 Your Eyez Only both topped the charts without the help of anyone else. This feat became a bragging point for several Cole fans, who may be disheartened to see that Cole opted ...

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Hot or Not? Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy” Review


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Cardi B is the true representation of starting from the bottom. Her rags-to-riches story begins quite conventional to the new age of fame. The Bronx-born rapper gained notoriety as a social media celebrity who posted funny videos of herself before landing a spot on Love & Hip Hop, where she used her screen time to ...

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Kississippi Dives Into Pop With ‘Sunset Blush’: Featured image courtesy of Kississippi

Kississippi Dives Into Pop With ‘Sunset Blush’


Saturday, April 21, 2018

Listening to Sunset Blush by Philadelphia’s indie darling Kississippi—otherwise known as Zoe Reynolds—feels like sitting shotgun in the summer, windows rolled down halfway, a lukewarm breeze passing by your shoulders. It gives the sonic effect of goosebumps. A fairly big step away from 2016’s EP We Have No Future, We’re All Doomed, this release has ...

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The Weeknd’s “My Dear Melancholy,” EP Review


Friday, April 20, 2018

My Dear Melancholy, is The Weeknd’s first work that is absolutely pure sex from top to bottom. It has its faults, but this five song EP offers a touch of nostalgia with a whole lot of sensuality and plenty of sensitivity. This EP feels like a bit of a regression to The Weeknd’s earlier work with ...

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