Archive for May 9th, 2016

REVIEW: Modern Baseball mature gracefully with sincerity intact on ‘Holy Ghost’

Artist: Modern Baseball Album: Holy Ghost Label: Run For Cover Records Genre: Indie-rock, emo, pop-punk, grunge, whatever we’re calling The Killers these days Sincerity is arguably the most important aspect of the songwriting process. There’s a good reason why the general populous tires of bands who spend years writing the same record over and over again. […]

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letlive. share second new single, “Reluctantly Dead”

“You can tell me that they came here to protect you. But I would rather run, because now the law results in my death.” Someone recently asked, “Where are all the revolution songs?” In an age filled with bipartisanship and political rage, many musicians seem reluctant to touch on the subject aside from a casual […]

10 years later: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Stadium Arcadium’

You would be hard-pressed to find a more polarizing band than Red Hot Chili Peppers. Despite their detractors, people have continued buying their records by the millions and flocking to see them live for the last three decades. Along with their numerous hits, they are a band that has continually evolved. Everyone knows Flea is […]