“King of the League” by Gideon’s Army: Album Review

Earlier this month I had the chance to listen to and review "Red Lips" by Gideon's Army. Today i get the honor of reviewing the album that that single stems off of. King of the League released today, and it certainly held up to the single that preceded it here on Music Unlabeled. The album has a twang … Continue reading “King of the League” by Gideon’s Army: Album Review

“Everybody Wants” by The Struts: Album Review

The Struts have been grabbing attention for a while now, with this album originally being released in 2014. The rerelease of Everybody Wants was an exciting concept, and now that it's live it doesn't disappoint at all. The album originally was filled with high energy and a sound that made the listener stop and give their attention … Continue reading “Everybody Wants” by The Struts: Album Review

“Death of a Bachelor” by Panic! at the Disco: Album Review

At long last. It's here. Well, it's been here since Friday I just finally got to a point where I could sit down and write about it rather than dancing around to it. This album collects singles like "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time", "Hallelujah", "Emperor's New Clothes", "Death of a Bachelor", "LA Devotee", … Continue reading “Death of a Bachelor” by Panic! at the Disco: Album Review

“Fields of God” by Zayn: Album Review

Another day full of new horizons and musical adventures here at Music Unlabeled! Today I get to wander through an album from a Croatian group called Zayn, and by the description alone I was intrigued. The band denotes itself as an instrumental post-metal group, so it's easy to tell you're about to hear something gorgeous. … Continue reading “Fields of God” by Zayn: Album Review

“Our Oceans” by Our Oceans: Album Review

Another day, another debut album floating out there in the wild abyss of the internet. I personally love debut albums, because it's a quiet promise that there will always be new music in the world, you just have to be open about where you look for it. You have to give it a chance and … Continue reading “Our Oceans” by Our Oceans: Album Review

“Made in the A.M. (Deluxe)” by One Direction: Album Review

Made in the A.M. is the first album released by One Direction since Zayne Malik's departure from the group earlier this year. It is also the last album that the group plans on releasing before embarking on a hiatus of indeterminable length. This has been a big year for the group, there is no denying it. … Continue reading “Made in the A.M. (Deluxe)” by One Direction: Album Review

“Sounds Good, Feels Good (Deluxe)” by 5 Seconds of Summer: Album Review

It's finally October 23! The second album from 5 Seconds of Summer has finally been released, and is currently streaming over Spotify and through other sources as you read these words. And, in a rare display of me getting two separate back to back day of reviews up, it's time for an album review! i … Continue reading “Sounds Good, Feels Good (Deluxe)” by 5 Seconds of Summer: Album Review

“Dopamine” by BØRNS: Album Review

Last night a tweet passing through my feed pointed me in the direction of this album, and I had so much face in the group that mentioned it that it wasn't even a question of if I was going to review, but one of how soon I would be reviewing this album. Dopamine is the debut album … Continue reading “Dopamine” by BØRNS: Album Review

“Show Me Your Fangs” by Matt Nathanson: Album Review

It's here, it's here! It's finally here! Today marks the release of the newest album from Matt Nathanson and I clearly have no chill when it comes to the prospect of reviewing Show Me Your Fangs. I've been hyper excited for this album for months now, and finally the time has come where I get to … Continue reading “Show Me Your Fangs” by Matt Nathanson: Album Review

“Daya” by Daya: Album Review

Sometimes I just flick through the new releases on spotify until something jumps out at me and really makes me want to listen and review it. That's pretty much how some of my articles have come together, but it's always a fun adventure in getting there. Today is one of those times, and the self … Continue reading “Daya” by Daya: Album Review