From the several singles that have been released for King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s upcoming 14th studio album, Fishing for Fishies, which is set to be released on April 26, the versatile band went from concerned environmentalists with the quirky melodic sing-along title track to the kings of thrash metal with the recent “Planet B.” Due to … More What Can We Expect from the Upcoming King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Album?
Last summer, I left a Weezer show early because not only was it the absolute worst concert I have ever been to, but I thought to myself, if I wanted to see a middle-aged man have a midlife crisis, I could just go home and see my dad. A show mostly comprised of a bunch … More Weezer’s ‘Black Album’ is an Underwhelming Attempt to Sound Fresh
“A squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag Is fast and bulbous, got me?” -Captain Beefheart, “Pachuco Cadaver” Captain Beefheart’s acclaimed 1969 double album Trout Mask Replica isn’t as good as some might think. Regardless of it being ahead of its time and purposely pushing the limits of traditional music, the album is mostly unlistenable … More An Unusual Masterpiece: Captain Beefheart’s ‘Trout Mask Replica’
It’s time to settle an issue that has been dividing music fans for a long time. It’s a sensitive topic among a certain fan base that has sometimes gotten out of control. Similar to politics and religion, it shouldn’t be talked about at the dinner table. It’s an issue where if even President Trump chose … More Radiohead Fans Are Still Divided
Some people think the only way to listen to music nowadays is through downloading or streaming services. However, one particular record store that is still standing, offers an original way to listen to music. Trader Shag’s Emporium is a small independently owned record store, located on Main St. in Brockport, NY. Trader Shag’s is the … More Brockport’s Hidden Gem: Trader Shag’s Emporium
Let’s face it, Interpol hasn’t been the same band since their key founding member and bassist, Carlos Dengler, left the band in 2010. Since then, Interpol has released a couple of mediocre albums, including their atmospheric dark self-titled album in 2010 and the safe “returns-to-form” El Pintor in 2014. However, given the sound of their … More Interpol Returns with Their Best Album in Years with ‘Marauder’
After two solid slick and upbeat new wave albums, Talking Heads were ready to change. Their third studio album Fear of Music was the second full-length album the band would record with the supreme Brian Eno. You wouldn’t think their previous album More Songs About Buildings and Food in 1978 was produced by Eno, since it doesn’t include that … More A Strange Turning Point: Talking Heads’ ‘Fear of Music’