EP Review: Unconscious Disturbance – Let It Rain

Around the world, Brazil is known for its culturally rich and engaging festivals. It comes as no surprise that these festivals revolve heavily around music. Named as one of Brazil’s upcoming rock bands by Monsters of Rock festival, Unconscious Disturbance is a Brazilian/American four-piece. Comprised of members from São Paulo, Washington D.C., and Boston, the … More EP Review: Unconscious Disturbance – Let It Rain

Album Review: ORBS – Past Life Regression

After six years of writing, recording, and mastering, “space rock” group ORBS has released their new album, a follow-up to the 2010 release, Asleep Next To Science. During those six years, the band self-funded the entire recording process, allowing them not only time to finesse their sound, but to work with whomever they wanted. The … More Album Review: ORBS – Past Life Regression

Concert Review: Emotional Roadshow – twenty one pilots

As most of you have heard, twenty one pilots are quickly growing in the music industry, and are becoming pretty popular. Both Stressed Out and Ride dominate the radios constantly, to the point of them being overplayed. I’ve been a fan of twenty one pilots for a pretty long time now. When I heard they … More Concert Review: Emotional Roadshow – twenty one pilots

Album Review: I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it – The 1975

Having supported the likes of Muse and The Neighbourhood on tour, and opening for the Rolling Stones in Hyde Park, The 1975 was well on their way to stardom before their debut album was even released. Despite never making it into the top 50 on the Billboard Top 100, the band is well known in … More Album Review: I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it – The 1975

Album Review: Death Of A Bachelor – Panic! At The Disco

There’s a certain infamy among Panic! At The Disco fans. The band is notorious for their ever-changing lineup. When Ryan Ross, lead guitarist, Dallon Weekes, bassist, and Spencer Smith, the drummer, departed, the internet exploded. The only one left is Brendon Urie, singer-songwriter extraordinaire, but evidently he is very successful in working solo. Panic!’s latest … More Album Review: Death Of A Bachelor – Panic! At The Disco

Album Review: The 1975 – The 1975

Influenced by Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, and many other symbolic artists, the 1975 are an alt-rock band hailing from Manchester. They started playing music together at underage gigs in high school, covering punk songs. Although no alcohol was allowed at these shows, the audience would quickly descend into chaos during the sets – all … More Album Review: The 1975 – The 1975

Album Review: Blue Neighbourhood – Troye Sivan

Many hipsters and Youtube fanatics alike know Troye Sivan, mostly for his popular videos. As of September of 2015, in fact, Sivan had over 3.6 million subscribers on Youtube. Hailing from Australia, the young star has been in several movies as a main character, as well as continuing his ever-growing internet presence. However, Sivan has recently … More Album Review: Blue Neighbourhood – Troye Sivan