Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? | Album Review

Darkroom • 2019Alternative/Pop Due to her creative music and eccentric personality, Billie Eilish has managed to come out leaps and bounds above the competition with her eerie and surreal debut album. "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" is the debut studio album by American singer/songwriter Billie Eilish. Eilish has exploded onto the …

Every Album by Gorillaz Ranked From Worst to Best

Formed in 1998 by Blur member Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett, Gorillaz is a British virtual band consisting of four members; 2-D, Murdoc Niccals, Russel Hobbs and Noodle. With Gorillaz, Albarn had foregone the pop sound that he had already established with Blur, and ventured into alternative styles like hip-hop and electronic. Despite the …

Weezer – Weezer (The Black Album) | Album Review

Atlantic • 2019Pop Rock Weezer craft some glossy and catchy tracks on their thirteenth album, but doesn't follow up on some interesting ideas as much as they should have. American rock band Weezer returned after their eleventh studio album release "Pacific Daydream" to drop a surprise record with their self-titled "Teal Album" earlier this year. …

Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 | Album Review

Transgressive • 2019Alternative Rock / Psychedelic Funk Foals’ new record displays a clear shift in style from their previous records, however overstays it’s welcome long enough to become a slog to sit through. On March 8th, British rock band Foals released their fifth studio album "Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1" with …

Every Album by Radiohead Ranked From Worst to Best

Led by enigmatic front-man Thom Yorke, Radiohead have been making waves in the music scene since the early 90's. From their beginnings as a grunge-rock band to their more recent art-rock efforts, Radiohead have consistently experimented with new ideas and crafted their records to suit the music, over mainstream-friendly chart tunes. After over 30 years …

Deerhunter – Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? | Album Review

American band Deerhunter have always been celebrated for their unique take on the alternative-rock-pop scene. By using their signature, psychedelic sound, the group have crafted some great and interesting records over the years. With "Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?", Deerhunter do make use of their typical sound to capture some trippy moments, but the pacing of the tracks ends up becoming tedious. The way that the group present the instrumentation on this record isn't as adventurous as the band have done in the past, and to be frank, comes across as quite boring.