The word “Wasuremono,” in Japenese kanji, roughly translates to “lost things,” though alternative musician Wasuremono‘s latest album, Are You OK?, does away entirely with the idea of being lost or left behind. Out June 14, the alt-pop record is surprisingly unifying and hopeful in its enveloping synth and fun drum beats, even with the contrast of … More Album Review: Wasuremono – Are You OK?
Singer-songwriter and Americana musician Grover Anderson has lived in a variety of California atmospheres, each of which has influenced his music; this has never been more evident than on The Frontman, Anderson’s fourth record that will be released on June 13. It’s an introspective, folky record that tells tales of love, life and loss, and Anderson has … More Album Review: Grover Anderson – The Frontman
Caamp, comprised of two childhood friends, is a folksy duo that has been writing songs together since 2012. Still relatively small, Caamp released their debut, self-titled album in March of 2016. Since then, the two have been traveling around the country and performing to different audiences. The record opens with a track entitled All The … More Album Review: Caamp – Caamp
Hailing from Brooklyn, No Nets is an indie rock band comprised of “grown-up-ish punk and emo kids”. The group was formed when all four members moved into an apartment together in 2012, and began recording music on an electronic drumset. No Nets recently came out with their sophomore release, entitled Bright Light, and is planning … More Album Review: No Nets – Bright Light
As one of the biggest names in punk music, Green Day has been smashing the charts since the release of their 1994 album Dookie. Known mainly for their political stances and catchy guitar riffs, the three piece has come out with their twelfth release, entitled Revolution Radio. At first glance, the album seems similar to … More Album Review: Revolution Radio – Green Day
The Neighbourhood (not to be confused with the Neighborhood) is an alt-rock band formed in 2011. Although the band is American, they chose the British spelling of “neighborhood” to distinguish themselves from another band with the American spelling. The NBHD, as they are occasionally called, released their debut album, I Love You., in 2013. The … More Album Review: Wiped Out! – The Neighbourhood