Category: Reviews

Hozier

Hozier

http://store.hozier.com/   Stepping on to the alternative scene with his stand out single “Take Me To Church”, Hozier is a relatively new artist. His newest, self titled album Hozier, is full of bluesy guitar solos and passionate choruses. Emotion runs rampant through the soulful 13 track collection. Hozier’s full, passionate vocals accentuate the colorfully written guitar riffs. The album stands […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy

http://www.zimbio.com/Beyond+the+Box+Office/articles/KfCtcBfXK42/Peter+Quill+Star+Lord+Father+Guardians+Galaxy   Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel’s newest save-the-world sci-fi film, follows the adventures of Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), a bounty hunter. Similar to other Marvel favorites such as Captain America, Iron Man, and The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy puts an intergalactic twist in a list of superhero movies that have stayed almost exclusively on earth. Leading an unlikely […]

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In the Lonely Hour

In the Lonely Hour

CD Giveaway: Sam Smith – “In the Lonely Hour” Sam Smith was able to achieve a musical breakthrough via cameos in successful songs such as “La La La”, and “Latch”. After getting his name out there, Smith released his debut album, In the Lonely Hour. In the Lonely Hour is full of emotion, and displays a more intimate side of […]

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V

V

http://popcrush.com/maroon-5-v-album-cover-tracklist/ At first glance, V makes up what would be a stereotypical pop album. It contains glossy hooks and danceable guitar riffs that is so fitting to a Maroon 5 album. However, when the 11 songs that make up V are examined a little deeper, a wide variety of music begins to shine through. “My Heart is Open”, featuring Gwen […]

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People Keep Talking

People Keep Talking

http://www.earbuddy.net/51012/hoodie-allen-dumb.html/listen Hoodie Allen, better known as Steven Adam Markowitz, only started rapping a mere six years ago. One album and a handful of EPs later, Allen releases his new album People Keep Talking. People Keep Talking is brimming full of memorable, passionate choruses; displaying Allen’s ability as a vocalist; not necessarily a rapper. That being said, the  rapping isn’t bad. […]

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The 1975

The 1975

http://www.gigwise.com/news/82457/the-1975-reveal-album-artwork-and-tracklist On their self-titled debut album, The 1975 unleashed an eclectic mixture of whiny vocals and icy guitar riffs to create a peculiar collection of music reminiscent of the 1980s. This unorthodox set of songs sets the bar for other alternative bands with ease. Sing-a-longs like “Girls” or “Chocolate”,  along with chilling, mid-tempo tracks such as “Robbers” taunt the listener […]

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Kauai

Kauai

Download Childish Gambino’s new mixtape, STN MTN / KAUAI Childish Gambino’s Kauai bares a noticeable resemblance to his debut album, “Because the Internet”. It contains the same spacey, yet well-crafted choruses that completely catch the listener off guard. On the same token, Kauai contains an even larger amount of smooth R&B hooks than Gambino’s original album had, which has alot. Tracks like […]

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The Maze Runner

  Fear of carnivorous creatures, deadly drama, and an limitless labyrinth with ever changing walls make up the plot of the newly released movie, The Maze Runner. Directed by Wes Ball, The Maze Runner and is based off the bookwritten by James Dashner. This is one of three books in the labyrinth trilogy. The main character, Thomas, mysteriously finds himself […]

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Counting Crows: Somewhere Under Wonderland Album Review

 Photo From  www.stereoboard.com http://www.stereoboard.com/content/view/185870/9 Twenty-one years ago, Counting Crows, still unknown to the world, released an obscure alternative rock album titled August and Everything After. Initially, the album sales weren’t great. Much to the band’s satisfaction, songs on August and Everything After such as “Mr. Jones” and “Rain King”, rocketed Counting Crows into instant success. Over two decades and almost ten […]

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