“Me and This Army” by Lee Ellis, Album Review

Me and This Army is the debut album from Portland singer-songwriter Lee Ellis. The album drops tomorrow on June 23rd through No Sleep Records, and is a collection of thirteen songs that are like a mash up of indie, folk, and electro. The way that Me and This Army was recorded gives you the mental … Continue reading “Me and This Army” by Lee Ellis, Album Review

“Run Away” by Darling Parade: Single Review

Darling Parade is still a relatively new discovery for me, but damn is it a great one. Yesterday though I was graced with a brand new single from them entitled "Run Away". This single is probably the first off the new album that they've been teasing at since late last November so I'm pretty excited … Continue reading “Run Away” by Darling Parade: Single Review

“Turn It On” EP by Eli Young Band, Album Review

Just a year after their last album, 10,000 Towns, Eli Young Band have come out with a brand new EP called Turn It On. Now, the Eli Young Band isn't anything new - they've been around since 2008 and have released a few albums since then. If you're a fan of country music, you've definitely heard of them. … Continue reading “Turn It On” EP by Eli Young Band, Album Review

“Lifted Up (1985)” by Passion Pit: Single Review

"Lifted Up (1985)" is one of two new tracks recently released by Passion Pit, the other being "Where the Sky Hangs". Passion Pit usually has some pretty decent songs from my exposure to them, but they're not a group that I often deliberately seek out to listen to. The tracks starts off with a dissonant, electronic sound, … Continue reading “Lifted Up (1985)” by Passion Pit: Single Review

“The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age” by Heavy Horse, Album Review

Heavy Horse is a self-described "sludgy post hardcore doom" band from St. Louis, Missouri. Tomorrow (February 13th) they're releasing their sophomore album, The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age through DIY Labels Waybridge Records and Eat Tapes. Since the people at Waybridge Records are awesome, Music Unlabeled got to listen to the album early … Continue reading “The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age” by Heavy Horse, Album Review

Entire “American Beauty/American Psycho” Album Released on YouTube

Fall Out Boy has been releasing songs from their upcoming album American Beauty/American Psycho pretty much constantly throughout the months of December and January - sometimes within days of each other. Having released five songs already ("Centuries", "Immortals", "American Beauty/American Psycho", "The Kids Aren't Alright", and "Uma Thurman"), the band apparently decided to release the rest of … Continue reading Entire “American Beauty/American Psycho” Album Released on YouTube

Something’s Gotta Give: The New All Time Low Song Review

So I get to write a bit more about All Time Low to accompany the playlist from last week thanks to the very exciting release of the first track from their upcoming new album, Future Hearts! So far 2015 looks like it's going t be an exciting year for music, and I can not wait … Continue reading Something’s Gotta Give: The New All Time Low Song Review

“One Black Sheep” by Mat Kearney, Song Review

Mat's had several great singles so far. "Hey Mama" always holds a special place in my heart. And when you go see him live? He's the whole package and he never fails to get the crowd going. So when I saw that he had recently released a new song, I was kind of excited! The … Continue reading “One Black Sheep” by Mat Kearney, Song Review

“American Beauty/American Psycho” by Fall Out Boy Review

Today marks the drop of yet another Fall Out Boy single. The titular track off their upcoming album, American Beauty/American Psycho, is one of three instant downloads available when you preorder the album through iTunes. The other two tracks currently available are Centuries and The Kids Aren’t Alright. The song American Beauty/American Psycho starts out with … Continue reading “American Beauty/American Psycho” by Fall Out Boy 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