Owl City has a lot to live up to. With the last Owl City record going platinum I was curious to see just what Adam Young could pull off the 2nd time around.
Reviewed by Nate Smith We’re living in an era with bad music that record producers keep shoving in our faces. On “Lonely Twins” by Hospital Ships I was excited to hear a fresh new sound that not only captured my ears but left me with a taste of wanting more. Hailing from the small college […]
Reviewed by Nate Smith Face to Face has been bringing Punk Rock to the masses for the last 20 years. After a brief hiatus they are back and taking their music to the streets with the release of their newest album on Antagonist Records “Laugh Now, Laugh Later.” Fueled by anger, massive guitars and the […]
Texas in July (Equal Vision Records) brings it so heavy you’ll even feel it when your dead. Their new record “One Reality” is full of skill, force, and an overall sense of something great. It opens with a 2 minute song called Introduction. I’m not even sure that Introduction prepares you for the onslaught of […]
Reviewed by Nate Smith I’m tired of seeing so many bands not get the credit they deserve. 2011 has been a year of generic, overproduced, and uncreative records. With all that said one band stands above the rest, Craig’s Brother. When it comes to 90’s Punk Rock, I’d consider myself an expert. I’ve been to […]
When anyone mentions this band it’s hard to see why anyone wouldn’t like them. With the release of “Going out in Style” The Dropkick Murphys are ready to make a fan out of anyone.
Reviewed by Nate Smith After 30 years a little band from Athens, Georgia is still rocking. R.E.M. has brought the alternative rock again with their new release, “Collapse Into Now.” Inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007 these guys have constantly released record after record with success. The acoustic track “UBerlin” […]
It’s hard to hate Weezer and at times hard to love them. After the “Blue Album” we cant help but be fans for life waiting for that record that will top it. On their new release “hurley” they bring their classic sound back that the fans have been waiting for. I cant say it’s better than “The Blue Album” or Pinkerton but I like it more that the last few albums they put out.
Reviewed by Nate Smith It’s not often that I venture away from the Punk Rock I love so much. Sometimes, when I am trying to relax before or bed or reading I like to play some music that’s soothing to the soul. Oak and Gorski bring just that. This duo who, performs in Downtown Disney […]