“Heart of Armor” by Jules, EP Review

Heart of Armor is the first EP release from Jules, a pop-rock artist inspired by the likes of P!nk and Avril Lavigne. Jules’ voice is strong, deep, and confident – not traits that you expect from a fourteen year old girl. The Heart of Armor EP is proof that she’s got talent and wisdom far … Continue reading “Heart of Armor” by Jules, EP Review

“Fury” by Koji, EP Review

Fury is the new EP from singer/songwriter Koji. This four-track EP was recorded with producer Will Yip (Title Fight, Circa Survive, Balance and Composure) and was inspired by Koji’s own indie-rock favorites. You can definitely feel the influences and elements from the other bands. But Koji’s own unique songwriting is what makes Fury such a … Continue reading “Fury” by Koji, EP Review

“Alive Tonight” by Grace Potter, Single Review

Grace Potter has made her name famous with songs like “Paris (Ooh La La)” and “Stars” from her previous act as Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. Recently she released that she would be going solo, and with that unveiled her new song “Alive Tonight.” The song seems to be almost like a mash up in … Continue reading “Alive Tonight” by Grace Potter, Single Review

“Behind Your Eyelids” by Panic is Perfect, Album Review

It's my absolute pleasure to review Behind Your Eyelids by Panic is Perfect this week. Behind Your Eyelids is presumably the first EP from the relatively new San Francisco band, and it only has five songs. But each song is absolutely beautiful and it keeps you wanting more. The first track on the album ("Go Go Go") grabs your … Continue reading “Behind Your Eyelids” by Panic is Perfect, Album Review

“Back to Earth” — Steve Aoki ft. Fall Out Boy, Single Review

Hi, my name is Anna and I'm an EDM addict. I'm also a huge fan of Fall Out Boy. The fact that the two have been combined is absolutely mind blowing. Fall Out Boy is just that band that is always pushing the envelope of genres, and it's no surprise that they finally teamed up … Continue reading “Back to Earth” — Steve Aoki ft. Fall Out Boy, Single Review