Localize It: This False Ghost releases their debut EP

Titled "Love Dies//Rewind," This False Ghost brings new music to the table

Childish Gambino creates a music genre of his own with ‘Awaken, My Love!’

The highly anticipated delivery of Childish Gambino's newest album has finally arrived - and been just as game-changing as we expected it to be....

New Macklemore music video taps into the raw, heartbreaking reality of substance abuse

It is not out of the ordinary for the well-known Seattle-based rapper Macklemore to shed a light on some heavier topics in his music....

Green Day returns to their roots with ‘Revolution Radio’

Green Day is back, after the odd but unique triple album (yes, triple) in 2012s "Uno," "Dos," and "Tre" albums, they are now releasing...

Solange’s ‘A Seat at the Table’ serenades with emotion and power

Solange is known for pushing the limits when it comes to music, so I knew I needed to prepare myself for her newest release,...

Keep it in rotation with Mick Jenkins’ ‘THC’

You may have heard of Mick Jenkins this year with features on Noname’s album Telefone and Chance the Rapper’s discarded Coloring Book song ‘Grown...

Blonde is the breath of fresh air we didn’t know we needed

2016 has been an incredible year for music so far. Numerous releases...

Zayn Malik’s ‘Mind of Mine’ does not disappoint

In the fall of 2015, after announcing that he will be leaving the world-renowned boy band One Direction to focus on his solo career...

Chance preaches and the world rejoices for ‘Coloring Book’

The two weeks of exclusive rights that Chance the Rapper signed over to Apple Music for his third album/mixtape are up and it is...

The Lumineers sophomore release searches for its smash hit

Since the emergence of Mumford and Sons, folk pop music has peaked as a faux and unauthentic folk music that a mainstream audience can...

10 Tracks to get you ready for graduation

The last four years have been emotionally exhausting. Maybe you got and regretted getting food surprises from the Cuddy. You were definitely late to...

New color, same Weezer in ‘The White Album’

Over the last 23 years, Weezer has been one of the staples in popular music. From their classic 1994 “The Blue Album” that featured...

‘Slime Season 3’ fails to stick

Atlanta’s trap scene has become increasingly popular with the rise of artists like Future and Young Thug. The music itself has become synonymous by...

Azalea ball hogs on ‘Team’

Back in 2012, a friend showed me one of Iggy Azalea's first music videos. The song was an explicit ode to the female organ....

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Untitled Unmastered’ is exceptionally striking

Back in Dec. 2014, Kendrick Lamar was the last musical guest on the Colbert Report. He performed an untitled song that saw Kendrick take...

Animal Collective’s new album ‘Painting With’ is more of the same

For many years, Animal Collective has had a large discography of primarily experimental music. “Painting With” is the band’s tenth release in the band’s...

‘The Life of Pablo’ underwhelms

People hate Kanye. I get it, he's an egotistical asshole that says whatever he wants and for the most part, gets away with it....

Valentine’s Day playlist: how to set the mood

Valentine’s day is just around the corner and whether you’ve got yourself a “boo” or you’re swiping right until your fingers are sore, there...

Rihanna’s “Anti” is Anticlimactic

Surprise albums have become a norm in music. Everyone from Death Grips to Beyonce have had their hand in surprising their fans with new...

Track Review: Kanye’s ‘No More Parties in LA’ Will Make you want to Party...

As part of his upcoming album, “Swish,” set to release on Feb. 11, Kanye West is releasing a new song almost every Friday as...

Ten essential David Bowie tracks that will live forever

Last week, we lost one of the most iconic artists of our time as David Bowie passed away at 69. Bowie left behind...

Top Five Albums of 2015

5) "Currents" - Tame Impala Kevin Parker is Tame Impala. The 29-year-old Australian wrote, recorded, produced, mixed, and performed every instrument for each track...

Carrie and Lowell – Sufjan Stevens

There are times in life that are confusing and alienating — and only years later do the proper words come to adequately describe them....

Kendrik Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly

Last September, Kendrick Lamar dropped the single “i,” which quickly spread rapidly in the black community as a long-awaited positive representation of their life...

Clarence Clarity – No Now

“No Now,” the debut album from Clarence Clarity, emerges from a very interesting and refreshing sonic space. Somewhere in the middle between electronic and...

‘Vulnicura’ by Björk

In this world of cliches, predictable plots and simplistic, overused song structures, the world can rest easy knowing there is at least one artist...

Review: Iron and Wine – Archive Series Volume No. 1

If you spent this Valentine's Day alone and want to feel sorry for yourself “Archive Series Vol. 1” just may be the pity party...

“Ghost Modern” by Geographer

Treading the ever-blurring line between electronic and alternative music seems to be what Michael Deni, also known as Geographer, does best. The cleverly and...

‘B4.DA.$$’ is a badass debut by 20 year old rapper

Very rarely is the debut album of a rapper preceded with such a large amount of anticipation and excitement as “B4.DA.$$.” Joey Bada$$, who...

‘Bloomsday’ exemplifies the dangers of sampling

Like fashion, musical trends fade in and out of the industry. Some enjoy longer stays than others — and even the short-lived trends can...