Album Review: Stomachaches – frnkiero and the cellabration

When Gerard Way announced his solo career after the breakup of My Chemical Romance in 2013, it came as no surprise to anyone when Frank Iero did the same. With the release of his new album Stomachaches and his new group (titled frnkiero and the cellabration), many were shocked to see how much the album … More Album Review: Stomachaches – frnkiero and the cellabration

Album Review: Enema of the State – Blink-182

Every true pop-punk fan has at the very least heard of Blink-182, and many have memorized multiple songs (or albums). They were rated the third most influential band in pop-punk history by AltPress magazine, and it’s not hard to see why. Their most popular album to date, Enema of the State, opens with the explicit … More Album Review: Enema of the State – Blink-182

Album Review: Hospice – The Antlers

Many artists have created albums around an idea, called “concept albums”.  The Antlers, an indie-rock group from Brooklyn, New York, created an incredible concept album in 2009. Hospice, The Antlers’s third studio album, features the story of a husband and wife – but the wife is terminally ill with bone cancer. Their relationship slowly spirals downward throughout … More Album Review: Hospice – The Antlers

Album Review: Our Own House – Misterwives

After opening for Twenty One Pilots in 2012 on the Quiet is Violent world tour, indie pop band Misterwives made their debut this February with their first full album, titled Our Own House. The title track features catchy piano riffs and Mandy Lee’s talented vocals. Lee’s voice cannot be accurately compared to any other current artist- … More Album Review: Our Own House – Misterwives

Album Review: The Greatest Generation – The Wonder Years

The latest album by The Wonder Years, The Greatest Generation, was produced in 2014 and features heavy guitar tracks and deep, meaningful lyrics. In the opener, There, There, there are several lyrics that stick in one’s mind, including, “I’m sorry I don’t laugh at the right times/is this what it feels like?” and “I’ve got … More Album Review: The Greatest Generation – The Wonder Years

Album Review: Talking Is Hard – Walk The Moon

Ohio boasts being the home-state of two major musical acts, Twenty One Pilots and Walk The Moon. While drastically different in some ways and very similar in others, both musical groups often show their Ohio pride. Last week we focused on schizo-pop group Twenty One Pilots, so this week we’ll be talking about indie-pop band … More Album Review: Talking Is Hard – Walk The Moon