Blossom is Milky Chance’s second studio album. The group stayed with its signature sound and barely strayed from what they know. Continue reading
In A Perfect World is such an incredibly beautiful album. Every single song is lyrically and instrumentally a 10. Kodaline is a band of 4 Irish men. Their music reminds me of Coldplay’s older music.
“Fuck it dog, life’s a risk”, or you can just say, FIDLAR. These guys are what punk rock, surf punk, and alternative rock are meant to be. Continue reading
Blurryface is Twenty One Pilot’s third studio album, and by far their most successful album. The music produced on this track led to a huge rise in the band’s fame, and has landed them headlining spots at huge music festivals like The Hangout Fest in Alabama, taking place on May 20th. Continue reading
Ed Sheeran’s newest album was definitely worth the wait. This album is a step forward in Sheeran’s sound and career. Continue reading
Smoke and Mirrors got pretty bad reviews from many album critiques, but I think otherwise. Personally, I feel like this album is great work.
I recently wrote about Catfish and the Bottlemen’s second studio album, The Ride, but the album that captivated me first, was The Balcony. Continue reading
The Ride is Catfish and the Bottlemen’s second studio album. This album mimicked the same success of Catfish and the Bottlemen’s first studio album, The Balcony. Same sound, same guitar solos, same everything. Continue reading
1999 was a year of great music. Make Yourself was released that year, as well as Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers, as stated in a recent blog post of mine. This album marked Incubus’ transition from metal rock to alternative rock. Continue reading