Category: CD Reviews


CD Review: Saturation III by Brockhampton

Making good on their promise of a trilogy by 2018, self proclaimed “best boy band since One Direction” Brockhampton’s third installment in the Saturation series delivers a loyal follow up to its predecessors.


CD Review: POST- by Jeff Rosenstock

While Rosenstock himself may the first to refute the labelling of his music as existentialist millennial-punk, there’s no other way to describe the bombastic and subtly brilliant anthems he’s penned on 2016’s WORRY. and continued on its fitting follow-up POST-.


CD Review: Anymore by Gleemer

The second wave resurgence of shoegaze over the last few years has unfortunately led the once-underground cult genre to the valley of the buzzwords.