Snail Mail featuring Why Bonnie December 1, 2018 at the Sinclair Snail Mail, the Baltimore based solo-project of nineteen-year-old Lindsey Jordan, played two sold-out shows back-to-back on the chilly first of December. The audience was […]
WRBB’s Kailey Williams caught up with Mark Quinlan of Hop Along ahead of their show at Paradise Rock Club tomorrow, December 29. Get tickets!
Ice Cube Everythang’s Corrupt Interscope Records · December 7, 2018 Despite the antiquated production style, Ice Cube gets his point across through emotional, simple, easy-to-remember lyrics.
Earl Sweatshirt Some Rap Songs Tan Cressida / Columbia Records · November 30, 2018 The brevity of the album does not diminish its quality, but instead heightens the emotional intensity and punches the listener with such curtness.
The Internet featuring Moonchild December 5, 2018 at Paradise Rock Club I hadn’t listened to The Internet prior to this past summer when I attended Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. They released their latest album […]
Preoccupations featuring Protomartyr November 26, 2018 at Brighton Music Hall
Alessia Cara The Pains Of Growing Def Jam · November 30, 2018 The Pains of Growing is a troubled album, representative of the negative impact major labels can have on the artistry of new and promising singer-songwriters.
J.I.D DiCaprio 2 Dreamville / Interscope · November 30, 2018 Although DiCaprio 2 has plenty to offer in terms of quick-witted rhymes and intricate flows, much of the album fails to leave an impact.
The 1975 A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships Polydor / Interscope · November 30, 2018