We gave Kim Logan's recent release "Pseudoscience" a spin and discovered some dreamy, grungy ear candy.
by Lily Lyons
I made the mistake of thinking I could clean my apartment while pumping BANKS’ sophomore album The Altar through my speakers. For the next 45 minutes, I sat on my bed and swayed …
Drake’s fight to break away from his recording contract and progress as an individual artist is at the forefront of priorities, and this “mix tape” is an eclectic narrative of his success.
While it is not without its flaws, the album’s highlights easily outshine its drawbacks.
Never Young’s self-titled EP exhibits pounding grooves, relentless riffs, and impeccable songwriting that make for an engaging listening experience.
Young Blame takes what they've learned from their earlier recordings and refines the best parts, putting a greater emphasis on the vocals, the interplay between band members, and the combination of electronic and organic elements in each song.
If you’re a guitarist, or even just a fan of extended soloing from expert players, The Boston Record is an essential tapestry of virtuosic instrumentalists.
In The Lonely Hour boasts incredible vocal prowess and control, and demonstrates Sam’s willingness to take creative risks, making a uniquely gripping album.