“Mobile Orchestra” by Owl City: Album review

So, Mobile Orchestra has been released, but I just got to a point where I could sit down and listen to it for a review since I've been doing a lot of visiting and traveling about this summer so it took me a week to get back to real heavy duty work. All the same, I'm … Continue reading “Mobile Orchestra” by Owl City: Album review

“Backbone” by Thomston: EP Review

This is another one of those reviews where i just went scrolling through Spotify and it looked interesting enough. Hopefully it lives up to that impression since it's getting an entire review, albeit a slightly quick paced one since the EP is only four songs long. "Second To You" starts the EP off, opening with … Continue reading “Backbone” by Thomston: EP 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

Black Sun by Death Cab for Cutie: Single Review

Within the last week or so there's been a fair amount of new music, including this new track from Death Cab For Cutie! So to ease into what is more than likely going to be a very busy week for me, I decided to get the review for it. The track starts off with an … Continue reading Black Sun by Death Cab for Cutie: Single Review

Burnin’ Up (feat. 2 Chains) by Jessie J Review

Today's review is all about Burnin' Up by Jessie J. The track features 2 Chainz, and yes it yet another single in a parade of singles as life continues to be a bit fast paced for me. But forget all that, on to the music! The track starts off with a strong guitar that has … Continue reading Burnin’ Up (feat. 2 Chains) by Jessie J Review

“Neon Light” by Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton’s new song is one that is for a specific sort of country fan. It’s a bit heavier on the old-timey country feel, with a lot of twang and very little… rock. But not exactly out of sorts for this country artist.It’s up-beat and interesting enough to keep your attention, but a bit too… … Continue reading “Neon Light” by Blake Shelton

Edge of a Revolution by Nickelback

 I have a confession. I don’t understand why no one likes Nickelback. They have a wide range of songs and subject material for those songs. They’ve got a rock n roll sound, an awesome lead singer, and lyrics that are possible of giving you chills. I’ve been a fan of them since twelve or thirteen.Honestly, … Continue reading Edge of a Revolution by Nickelback

Hit and Run by Lolo Review

Today I decided to review Lolo's latest single Hit and Run. I've heard Lolo featured on several songs by artists I listen to, but this was the first song I listened to that was straight her all the way through. It starts off with very high and airy vocals and a quiet piano driven beat. … Continue reading Hit and Run by Lolo Review

Time Stand Still by Family Force 5 Review

Time Stand Still is the newest album from Family Force 5. I've heard a few of their songs before but I can't say that I listen extensively to them. As the norm for me, i'll be excluding the last three songs on the album from this review as they are remixes of earlier songs on … Continue reading Time Stand Still by Family Force 5 Review

Rebound by Flosstradamus Review

Today’s post is both a little last minute and a bit of an adventure. I’ve honestly never heard of Flosstradamus before, but i found their single while trawling the New Releases section on Spotify. Rebound starts off with a high pitched music box arrangement, flowing into the deeper and quieter notes that both the music … Continue reading Rebound by Flosstradamus Review