The Orwells bares its influences and continues on a track of brash lyrics. Though the band does not reinvent the wheel, they certainly breath new life into the rock genre.
Acid jazz “Cloud 9” brings euphoria and rhythm from Jamiroquai along with a party track by Trinidadian DJ Jillionaire in singles this week.
The Sadies, along with Kurt Vile, demonstrate clear roots in the annals of classic rock and country with their tenth studio album, ‘Northern Passages.’
Bublé’s ‘I Believe in You’ video offers up the unchallenging image of growing up on screen, but captures the heartfelt sentiment of a lifelong of love.
Big Sean’s best album yet, ‘I Decided’ allows the artist to parallel his younger and present self through music
New singles this week from Blondie, Little Big Town, and Rag’ n’Bone Man!
Despite a successful film career, Elgort appears to struggle to translate this success into substantive music video imagery.
Though separated by oceans, Funky Giant finds a way to subsist and grow as a band in sound, quality, and skill. Come senior year, there will be an awakening of this giant from its yearlong slumber.
Using visuals many viewers will recognize, Conor Oberst is able to connect his viewers to his lyrics more effectively through this coupled media.
With songs “Drink Up” and “Play That Song,” Train encourages a positive and upbeat outlook on the world we live in and all the fun to be had.