Category Archive: Record Reviews

“Wanted On Voyage” George Ezra: Album Review

You might think that the world has enough guitar touting singer songwriters, especially if they’re from the UK. We already have Ed Sheeran, Jake Bugg, Hozier and legions of other bubbling singer-guitarists-do we really… Continue reading

Album Review: “Evergreen” // Broods

BROODS have come a long way since I last spoke to them in February. After playing a string of intimate shows in the states early this year, Caleb and Georgia Nott have toured… Continue reading

Album Review: Royal Blood // Royal Blood

There must be a reason why Royal Blood’s self-titled debut album was the fastest selling rock album in three years, right? Right. Oh, and it also debuted at Number 1 on the Official… Continue reading

Album Review: X (Multiply) // Ed Sheeran

Similar to my review of Coldplay’s Ghost Stories, this review of Ed Sheeran’s sophomore album, X (pronounced Multiply), is coming two weeks after it’s release because I needed this time to get over… Continue reading

Album Review: Ghost Stories // Coldplay

Some of you may be wondering why, with all of the excitement Joyce and I have shown over the past months in preparation for this moment, we have yet to provide an album… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: FOSTER THE PEOPLE // “SUPERMODEL”

Some say the sophomore slump is an uphill battle; for Mark Foster of Foster the People, the making of their new album Supermodel definitely was. The pressure is not undue–“Pumped Up Kicks” virtually… Continue reading