Posts Tagged ‘review’

Pre-Release Review: Bandaid Brigade’s Breakout Album

by Sarah Roberts
Bandaid Brigade drops their debut album “I’m Separate” on January 21. The band consists of Zach Quinn (PEARS) on guitar, bass and vocals, Brian Wahlstrom (Scorpios, Gods of Mount Olympus) playing keys and vocals, Paul Rucker (Armchair Martian, Street Dogs, Drag The River) on drums and Chris Fogal (The Gamits) playing guitar. With Wahlstrom being […]

GRiZ Presents: The Imaginarium, 2019 Photos & Review

by marisamae95
Lasers. Sax. Griz. If GRiZ was ever right about anything, (which he always is), then he definitely did not lie when he said, “Imaginarium is hard to explain, you need to experience it for yourself.” Because oh boy, that set did not disappoint. If only Navy Pier allowed shows to go until midnight because I […]

Out With The Old, In With New Tunes

by Ben LaScola
     September has begun, bringing us closer to fall fashion, the holiday season, and the inevitable onslaught of pumpkin-everything.      If that doesn’t sound like your idea of a good time, fret not, for dozens of great artists from across the musical spectrum are unveiling exciting new albums and projects. In the next […]

The 1975: New Song

by Ben LaScola
The 1975’s new single, “Give Yourself a Try” encourages fans to bet on themselves.    The 1975 released a highly anticipated music video for their new single “Give Yourself a Try” on Thursday, May 31st. The single is the first peak at the band’s forthcoming studio album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The hype […]

Courtney Barnett Brings An Unlikely Summer Hit

by Jesse Drake
Most music critics would anticipate the first “summer album” to come from one of the several dozen pop or rap artists that headline radio hits and big time music festivals, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.   Courtney Barnett, with her almost spoken word singing and deadpan humor, has brought about a unique […]

The Other – King Tuff Settles Down with Trippy, Thoughtful New Album

by Ben LaScola
     Kyle Thomas was making music with a keyboard and drum kit before he was seven years old. After high school, Thomas played with various bands including folk revivalists Feathers, and J. Mascis’s stoner metal band Witch before creating the stage persona King Tuff. The name comes from a play on Thomas’s initials and […]