Let’s go back to the release date of “Look At The Sky.” I was sitting there, looking at this website, when I found a single that had hit #1 on the “highest rated singles of the year” section. I listened to it out of curiosity, and I was IMMEDIATELY blown away with the production on the track. As someone who never kept up with EDM, I was astonished at the fact that music could be so overblown yet beautiful. I’d heard that kind of thing ... read more
Death Cab for Cutie is a band I FINALLY checked out this year, after knowing about them for a while. I first listened to them after my friend’s dad gifted me a CD of Plans. I listened to that album and ended up loving it. And after that…yknow what I’ll just give rapid fire thoughts on their albums to make this easier (and also as a tease of my inevitable series of reviews I do on this band).
You Can Play These Songs with Chords? ... read more
Fun fact: I’ve actually met a lot of my online friends because of Muse. I’ve never exactly been a superfan of the band, but I’ve enjoyed their music enough to remain in the spaces where I met them. And I’ve actually enjoyed a sizable portion of the less acclaimed albums. Simulation Theory is an album I’ve enjoyed a lot ever since I first heard it, The 2nd Law has my 2 personal favorite Muse songs on it (Animals and ... read more
put out some new stuff under a new alias :) pretty neat i think. can't wait to hear what y'all think, please give some feedback if you want that would be radical :D
Wallows was a band I was introduced to through their song “Are You Bored Yet,” much like many other people. And I’ve gone back and forth with my feelings on that song, but at this point in my life I enjoy it a lot, both for the sound, the memories, and I’m just a Clairo stan to be honest. And when I checked out their debut album, “Nothing Happens” in full, a couple months ago, I wasn’t ... read more
2008 is one of those forgotten years in the zeitgeist of music circles, and I feel like it’s pretty warranted. I don’t really come back to much from the year at all, and it seems to have really made no cultural impact besides a scarce amount of influential albums. But if there’s one album from 2008 that is planted firmly in its moment while being fantastic, it’s Los Campesinos’ “Hold On Now, ... read more