Logic Supermarket Def Jam Records · March 26, 2019 As the record continues, there is a clear repetition between each song’s style and mood, and with each track, the lyrics progressively become more cliched.
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground MGM · March 1, 1969 On the fiftieth anniversary of their eponymous album, music fans should take a moment to appreciate their impact and legacy. Listen to Velvet Underground:
LSD LSD Columbia Records · April 12, 2019 It’s hard to get excited about this album when half of it has already been in your rotation since last November.
Habibi with Leggy April 16, 2019 at Great Scott In an interview last month for WRBB, original Habibi member and guitarist Lenny Lynch spoke to me about the band’s upcoming Boston show saying, “This should […]
Juice April 12, 2019 at Brighton Music Hall The atmosphere in the room was electric, with energy radiating from both the ecstatic crowd and the band. Juice, a genre-bending septuplet originally formed at Boston College, […]
Show Me the Body Dog Whistle Loma Vista Recordings · March 29, 2019 The problem is that, unfortunately, underneath all the scuzz and distortion there aren’t any memorable songs.
Arctic Monkeys Humbug Domino Records · August 19, 2009 Listen to Humbug:
Emily King with Jennah Bell April 7, 2019 at The Sinclair Even after two encore songs, the audience was still begging for more, cheering and clapping until finally the house lights had to be turned […]
Weyes Blood Titanic Rising Sub Pop Records · April 5, 2019 Titanic Rising is a refreshing and awe-inspiring experience, a hypnotic inquisition of conviction and self and love.
Jade Bird Jade Bird Glassnote Records · April 19, 2019 On her debut self-titled record, Bird allows her raw voice to drive the album, showing that Brits can do Americana too.