Jaden Smith – SYRE

A work of art painted with heavy strokes of creativity

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Oceans Ate Alaska – Hikari

Ladies and djentleman, I present to you...Hikari—a viable candidate album of the year. No, I do not say that lightly. Oceans Ate Alaska perfect their highly feral yet incredibly polished progressive metalcore sound on Hikari. It is on this album that this band reaches its pinnacle in creativity, quality, and uniqueness. Few bands can juggle... Continue Reading →

Calvin Harris – Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1

If anyone was going to drop the album of summer '17, it would be Calvin Harris. With three wavy singles that caught fire immediately, Calvin Harris had listeners feeling the summer before it even arrived. "Slide" and "Feels" are ruling the airwaves while "Rollin" has been more quiet, but still banging. But like all artists... Continue Reading →

Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory

At this present moment, rap is composed of Kendrick Lamar, the typical trap that saturates the mainstream like Future and Migos,  and the budding underground scene like Xxxtentacion and Lil Pump. However, with his latest album Big Fish Theory, Vince Staples makes it impossible to put him in either category. He brings something entirely fresh... Continue Reading →

Terror Jr – Bop City 2: TerroRising

Pop music is very formulaic. Verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus. Basic lyrics about the same things. Not much creativity in general. So when Terror Jr came onto the scene with a fresh slant on pop music, I was hooked. Following up their first album with Bop City 2: TerroRising, Terror Jr continued to bring... Continue Reading →

3 Albums I Slept On

There are some albums out there that take more than one or two listens in order for me to fully realize how glorious they truly are. At first, I'm extremely underwhelmed by the artist's efforts to deliver a great album. I disregard the album for some time until I oddly decide to give it another... Continue Reading →

Hundred Waters – Currency

Sometimes you stumble upon an album, and it proves to be quite lackluster. Other times you wander into a gem of an album that leaves you forever grateful for your discovery. The latter was the case for Hundred Waters' Currency. The electro-folk trio crafted an impeccable extended play that got me wishing it was a full... Continue Reading →

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