Album Review: Medicine at Midnight

By: Amber Bertino Coming off of a canceled 25th anniversary tour and a delayed album release, the Foo Fighters were ready to make some noise. Medicine at Midnight, released on February 5, 2021, is the tenth studio album from these now well-worn hard rockers, and if it's a signifier of the future of the Foo … Continue reading Album Review: Medicine at Midnight

Album Review: Bcos U Will Never B Free

By: Wylie Feaster It starts with a cough —this album starts with a cough. It may not seem like much but, to any first-time listener, it’s a very real indicator of humanity, of sickness, of anxiety, all emanating from a boy from Grayshott, along the border of Hampshire and Surrey, England, with a way with … Continue reading Album Review: Bcos U Will Never B Free

Album Review: IGOR, Tyler the Creator

By: Wylie Feaster One of the more fascinating artistic evolutions of our current generation, Tyler Okonma, better known as Tyler, the Creator, presents us with IGOR, his fifth studio album, hastily following Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, the 10-minute, six-song EP released last November. After the mutinous, uncompromising sounds of his earlier work … Continue reading Album Review: IGOR, Tyler the Creator

The Beautiful Elements of Bon Iver’s Self-Titled Record (AKA The Pieces That Speak to My Soul)

By Ilene Frances The 2011 self-titled record by Bon Iver is one of the few records that I return to numerous times throughout any given year. The heavenly hymns flow so gracefully from one song to the next and tell a story of resurgence from long winter (as described in the debut record For Emma, … Continue reading The Beautiful Elements of Bon Iver’s Self-Titled Record (AKA The Pieces That Speak to My Soul)