Archive for February 19th, 2016

Pine

Get Lost In Pine’s Little Elephant Performance Of “Letters”

Pine, an indie rock band from Ottawa, Canada is a band after my own heart. With their debut release “You Bury Me,” and following up with two more killer tracks off of a split with Dead Leaves, Pine are, in my opinion, one of, if not the band to watch in coming years. They blend […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Witch’ flies above all the hype

Film: The Witch Starring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Kate Dickie, Ralph Ineson Directed by: Robert Eggers If there’s anything we’ve learned from horror cinema, it’s that witches have the immense power to take an already awful day and make it exponentially shittier. Considering that last statement, The Witch’s witches are so hellbent on screwing with a 1630s […]

REVIEW: The Starting Line – ‘Anyways’ EP

Artist: The Starting Line Album: Anyways EP Label: Downtown Records Genre: Pop-punk One thing I’ve always admired about The Starting Line was their willingness to evolve as musicians and make new and exciting pop-punk music, despite the majority of their MTV-emo peers sinking and flailing between member changes, awkward “mature” releases, and stagnation in the […]

REVIEW: Somos – ‘First Day Back’

Artist: Somos Album: First Day Back Label: Hopeless/No Sleep Genre: Indie-Punk On their 2014 debut full-length Temple Of Plenty, Boston, Massachusetts’ Somos brought to the table clean-cut indie-punk anthems that swept many off of their feet. This led to successful tours and their almost-inevitable collaboration with a big indie label like Hopeless Records. Today the […]