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Thursday, October 22, 2020

AFI “Burials” Review

AFI is no stranger to the post-hardcore punk scene. With more than 10 years as a band, eight studio albums and countless EPs under their belt, the group returns with their latest record, “Burials.”...

Cage “Kill the Architect” Review

In the midst of mainstream releases from the likes of Drake and DJ Khaled comes a new project from the underground rapper and notorious troublemaker, Cage. No newcomer to the hip-hop scene, his most...

The Avett Brothers “The Magpie and the Dandelion” Review

Over the past few years, folk music has been making a comeback — with a big change. Rock’s influence has added new guitar riffs and edgy vocals. The Avett Brothers thrive on this change....

TLC “20” Album Review

This brings me back. TLC’s “20” marks the 20-year anniversary of the group’s career. Music has made many shifts and changes, but one thing is clear: TLC still remains the top-selling all-girl group ever,...

Fall Out Boy “Pax Am Days” Album Review

After their return to the mainstream rock scene with the album “Save Rock and Roll,” Fall Out Boy is back six months later with an eight-song EP, “Pax Am Days.” In this release, the...

Paul McCartney “New” Review

Who would have thought that a 71-year-old man could sound so decidedly … indie? On Paul McCartney’s latest album, “New,” the music legend gives his unmistakable style a modern-indie rock feel, while never losing...

Cults “Static” Movie Review

Since the release of their self-titled debut album back in 2011, a lot has happened to lead singer Madeline Follin and guitarist Brian Oblivion, who together make up Cults. After going their separate ways...

Miley Cyrus “Bangerz” Review

It’s impossible to have heard nothing about Miley Cyrus lately, whether it’s regarding her half-naked routine at the VMAs or admitting that her songs are about drug use. Especially after several performances of her...

Cage the Elephant “Melophobia” Review

Cage the Elephant’s third LP “Melophobia” takes us on a journey into the mind of the band’s lead singer, Matthew Shultz. Known mainly for their chaotic combinations of punk, blues and garage rock, their...

Best Coast “Fade Away” Review

Los Angeles-based indie rock duo Best Coast is back again with “Fade Away,” the follow-up mini-album to their sophomore record, “The Only Place” (2012). Heavily influenced by Fleetwood Mac’s sentimental tracks about love, “The...