Archive for November 8th, 2014

REVIEW: The Jazz June – ‘After The Earthquake’

Artist: The Jazz June Title: After The Earthquake Label: Topshelf Records Genre: Emo, Rock It gets difficult to string together thoughts on a band’s work when you aren’t as familiar with their back story. The Jazz June is different, though. Their music is sort of like the older brother you have who went away to […]

Sonic Highways Review Foo Fighters

Stream Foo Fighters’ New Album, ‘Sonic Highways’

The wait is over, ladies and gents. Following the release of four arena-ready singles, Foo Fighters have begun streaming their highly anticipated eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, in full. Give it a listen here, via Itunes. A follow-up to 2011’s Wasting Light, the eight-track effort was recorded at various studios across the United States in […]

Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Set To Sell 400,000 Copies In Second Week

According to an article released by Billboard last night, the domination of Taylor Swift’s new record, 1989, is set to continue in its second week on the charts. The album, which sold 1.3 million copies in its first week, is the first platinum record of 2014. Billboard claims that industry sources are reporting the record […]

WATCH: Driver Friendly Release “Deconstruct You” Acoustic Video

Austin, Texas alternative rock band Driver Friendly have released a ‘deconstructed’ version of the their song, “Deconstruct You.” The video features select members of the band performing the track stripped down, giving viewers a new take on one of the standout tracks from the their 2014 LP, Unimagined Bridges. Released in July 2014, Under The […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ’21 Years’ Explores The Talent, Influence and Likability of Richard Linklater

Film: 21 Years: Richard Linklater Directed By: Michael Dunaway, Tara Wood Starring: Jack Black, Ethan Hawke, Matthew McConaughey Tales have been told about how natural, free-flowing in thought, philosophical, and radical director Richard Linklater is. His films such as Dazed and Confused, School of Rock, and Before Sunset have gone on to define a generation […]