THE BREAKDOWNReleases from March 6th & 13thTable Of ContentsSkip straight to any review of your choice by clicking one of the buttons, or just keep scrolling down to read them all in order!Future NostalgiaBy Dua LipaDua Lipa came to the attention of most in 2017...
THE BREAKDOWNReleases from March 6th & 13thTable Of ContentsSkip straight to any review of your choice by clicking one of the buttons, or just keep scrolling down to read them all in order!After HoursBy The WeekndThe Weeknd is bound to elicit some emotion in...
Philly-born rapper Lil Uzi Vert drops two albums back to back. Megan Thee Stallion reminds us that hot girl summer 2 is just around the corner. Code Orange
Behind The Infographic: The Anatomy Of A Gaming PC For this post, I’m taking a step away from music and focusing more on the design side of my work. This past week, I completed an infographic Desktop Computers - more specifically gaming computers. If you want to see...
It’s been a busy week with a lot of releases – I spent so much time listening to so much different music that I only had time to give two a full review – but make sure to check out the other new releases listed at the bottom of this post!
Imagine: You manage a popular rock club in London. You book an up-and-coming rock star with a flair for the dramatic. He tells you the show is all but sold out. The day of the performance comes, the band takes the stage, and the show begins – but nobody’s there.
Today, I want to share with you the story of the biggest rockstar you’ve never heard of – Jered “Threatin” Eames.
Another week, another set of albums. This time around, we’ve got Justin Bieber, EDEN, and Tame Impala.
Dreamville Records is a record label founded by North Carolina rapper J. Cole. Since its conception in 2007, it’s had plenty of time to grow – setting the stage for their triumphant 2019.
Time for a more personal look at why I write about music, and music’s impact on me.
D Smoke, Sepultura, Denzel Curry, and Kenny Beats all deliver excellent albums this week.