REVIEW: “M180” from Mint

English rockers Mint have a rather unique blend of indie inspired melodies, heavy instrumentals, and light humor set against a backdrop of more serious topics. "M180," released on July 4, displays their talents well while diving into a variety of topics.

REVIEW: “Colors of Noise” by Max Lee

This summer release from Max Lee takes an unorthodox spin on rock. In a way, you could argue that he combines every rock genre into one. Colors of Noise opens up into “finder’s keeper,” a song that combines about five different rock elements into one. Throughout the album, Lee appears to channel Linkin Park, Mutemath,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Split Seconds – Counterfeit Reality

The Split Seconds’ sophomore album “Counterfeit Reality” is a welcome throwback to ‘70s punk in a very pop heavy scene. With melodic guitars and rough vocals that give the album its distinctive edge, The Split Seconds make themselves known with this smashing record, available June 8. Counterfeit Reality is a breath of fresh air in... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: “Out to Sea” by TALMA

Blending alternative and classic rock together seamlessly, the London-based five piece in TALMA have released their newest music endeavor, a four song EP called Out to Sea on Feb. 23. Out to Sea covers a wide range of themes that are meant to represent the modern world. The lyrics tackle dark themes like loneliness and... Continue Reading →

“Animals” by Albis: EP Review

Recently Albis was brought to my attention, and I found myself in love with the beautiful melodies that made up the "Redwoods" single. So it was with a lot of excitement that I settled in to the EP that dropped today. Animals might be a quick listen, but it makes every second worth it with the same... Continue Reading →

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