“Irresistible” by Fall Out Boy, Single Review

Ever since their first smash hit "Centuries" off of their upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho, Fall Out Boy hasn't really stopped releasing songs. "Immortals," "The Kids Aren't Alright," and the title track all in the last few months - and now they've just released their latest song called "Irresistible." The song draws you in easily enough … Continue reading “Irresistible” by Fall Out Boy, Single Review

“Listen (Deluxe)” by David Guetta, Album Review

At this point, it’s safe to say that everyone has heard of David Guetta. If you haven’t heard of him, you’ve heard of some of his smash hits. “Titanium” is just one of them. If it’s still not ringing a bell, then I highly recommend that you go and listen to him now. Or, better … Continue reading “Listen (Deluxe)” by David Guetta, Album Review

Charity and Controversy — Band Aid 30

Band Aid is a UK charity that first emerged in the holiday season of 1984 with the single “Do They Know It’s Christmas” featuring a variety of artists – U2, David Bowie, George Michael, and other popular artists of that decade. Back then, the goal was to raise money for those suffering from famine in … Continue reading Charity and Controversy — Band Aid 30

“In Light Of” by Mishandled — New Artist and Album Review

Today, keeping with the trend of trying our best to feature new artists, I reviewed Mishandled. They’re a pop-punk/alternative emo band from Chicago, Illinois that was brought to us by Waybridge Records to review (Thanks Joshua!) Their new EP In Light Of is officially out now on Spotify and bandcamp, but in my official opinion, … Continue reading “In Light Of” by Mishandled — New Artist and Album Review

New Artist Feature: Tether

The whole reason we chose the name Music Unlabeled for our music webzine is simple: we wanted to take away all the labels from music and get to the heart of what it’s all about, the music. That’s why we don’t really favor a particular genre or brand of music. We cover everything from hip-hop, … Continue reading New Artist Feature: Tether

Swift vs. Spotify, An Opinion Article

Cortlyn and I are both music lovers. It was the summer of 2013 that we teamed up to create the concept of Music Unlabeled – a music news and review blog that would cover all genres and music. We launched it in February of this year, and have gone over all sorts of music. Most … Continue reading Swift vs. Spotify, An Opinion Article

Black Veil Brides – Black Veil Brides, Album Review

This week I decided to give Black Veil Brides’ new self-titled album a listen too. Now as a background, I’m not too familiar with them. Enough to know a few of their more popular songs and enough to know that they’re kind of an incredible band to listen to – if you’re into heavy guitars, … Continue reading Black Veil Brides – Black Veil Brides, Album Review

“I Won’t Let You Down” – OK Go, Music Video Review

OK Go has always had some rather amazing videos. For anyone who remembers the treadmill video which is their biggest hit so far, basically all of their videos have been to that same caliber of awesomeness and skill. I remember their video before this played with optical illusions, and this one plays heavily with aerial … Continue reading “I Won’t Let You Down” – OK Go, Music Video Review

Hesitant Alien by Gerard Way, Album Review

We’ve been reviewing the newest things in Gerard Way’s solo-career since the release of “Action Cat.” It only seemed fitting that we’d do a review of his first solo album Hesitant Alien.  And I’ve just gotta say, I am head over heels in love with it. I wasn’t a massive My Chemical Romance fan. I had … Continue reading Hesitant Alien by Gerard Way, Album Review

Centuries by Fall Out Boy, Music Video Review

It’s finally here! The video that it seems like we’ve been waiting centuries for! And Fall Out Boy’s videos are legendary, after the series that they released with their last album. Yet, I’m unimpressed with this one. The references to biblical figures is to put it frank, endless, and the story is visible from the first … Continue reading Centuries by Fall Out Boy, Music Video Review