Album Review: Graham Hunt – Leaving Silver City

In his first-ever full album of solo songs, Graham Hunt (of Midnight Reruns) has set out to make a strong record that is representational of his distinct sound. Out Friday, February 22 on Forged Artifacts, Leaving Silver City showcases a diverse range of sounds with 10 of Hunt’s tracks that move from power-pop riffs into punkier, … More Album Review: Graham Hunt – Leaving Silver City

Album Review: Angel Metro – Dark Days Bright Lights

Angel Metro‘s first record as a solo artist, Dark Days Bright Lights, is a dark pop study in heartbreak and hope. It was born out of her struggle between “trying to outrun [her] darkest days and finding inspiration in them,” and, in true witch rock fashion (think Damn The Witch Siren), it is everything to the … More Album Review: Angel Metro – Dark Days Bright Lights

EP Review: Something Else – Something Else

Columbus alt-rockers Something Else have produced yet another self-titled work, released on January 4, 2019, though this one seems to be a reworking of some of their older music. A few songs are familiar, and this time around, they are also more mature. The sound of Something Else‘s seven tracks is an unapologetic, emotional one, and the polished … More EP Review: Something Else – Something Else

EP Review: Tiger Mimic – Elephant Skeleton

Even as an unsigned indie group, Tiger Mimic‘s sound on their debut EP, Elephant Skeleton, is unforgettable. The alternative rock music contained in its five tracks is modern, cool and nothing if not unique, and it is more and more enthralling as each second passes. The music on Elephant Skeleton shifts with every song, but it all nestles … More EP Review: Tiger Mimic – Elephant Skeleton

EP Review: Fashion Week – Mood EP

To close out the year on a strong note, Columbus alt-rock band Fashion Week released their latest EP, titled Mood, on Friday, December 7. It is currently the band’s longest published work, despite having been together for four years, but it displays confidence and maturity in their sound. The Mood EP begins on a heavy track, and “Gaslight” … More EP Review: Fashion Week – Mood EP

Album Review: Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies – Room To Grow

Roughly three and a half years after their previous release, Toronto folk-pop band Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies released Room To Grow on October 4, 2018. It’s an eight-track, 28-minute folk-pop album, and although the first song is a light introduction to the rest of the record, the six-piece band quickly shows the depth of their … More Album Review: Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies – Room To Grow

Album Review: Heroes Like Villains – Bad vs Evil

Columbus pop-punk group Heroes Like Villains has released music before – check out Indientry’s review of their previous EP, Amends – but the band’s debut album, Bad vs Evil, was released on September 7, 2018, and represents a definite shift in Heroes Like Villains’ sound. Where the band’s previous music was heavy and more punk than … More Album Review: Heroes Like Villains – Bad vs Evil

EP Review: Strange Ranger – How It All Went By

Though the band’s lineup and sound are in a constant state of fluctuation, Strange Ranger has landed for a brief moment on its How It All Went By EP, an interlude between 2017’s Daymoon and the band’s third album, which has already been recorded and is set for a 2019 release. Read More: Album Review: Eldren – Miss … More EP Review: Strange Ranger – How It All Went By

Album Review: Eldren – Miss Information Aged

After a whirlwind two-year (and counting) career, which included the unfortunate passing of its founding bassist, Denver-based psychedelic rock band Eldren is back with its sophomore record, Miss Information Aged. Miss Information Aged has plenty to offer in the form of fascinating hooks and catchy melodies through its ten psych-rock tracks. The first few tracks are irresistibly … More Album Review: Eldren – Miss Information Aged