Delaney McMillan July 31st, 2014
If you are a fan of Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac, it is a guarantee you will love the sound of this up and coming new band. Haim consists of a lead singer with a distinct voice like that of Stevie's and plays a type of music that offers an interesting combination of nineties pop, folk/rock, and 70's soft rock sounds. To only add to the band's appeal, the group happens to be made up of three sisters. With their carefree and up beat lyrics, their great make up of sounds, and their sisterly bond, Haim is all around
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Editorial Team July 31st, 2014 | Featured Artist
As we flip the calendar and August begins, it is time to introduce the artist of the month: Eric Clapton. Starting next week, and continuing throughout the month, we'll highlight Clapton's talents on a weekly basis. Make sure to return to read reviews of this artist and his albums.
- Weird Al Yankovic:Mandatory Fun
- Jason Mraz:Yes
- Rise Against:The Black Market
- Kidz Bop Kidz:Kidz Bop 26
- Sam Smith:The Lonely Hour
- Ed Sheeran:X
- Various Artists:Now 50
- Trey Songz:Trigga
- Blake Shelton:Based on a True Story
Jason Lightner July 30th, 2014 | Album Review
Having not heard much out of Seether since 2005's Karma and Effect, I wasn't quite sure what I was getting into by checking out their recent release, Isolate and Medicate. Seether's first record in three years, the album is a 14-track romp which explores themes of depression, sickness, and addiction. Oddly enough, the album is upbeat enough to where the more unaware of us might not quite catch the underlying message.
The last song I really remember enjoying by this band was "Remedy," and before that it was "Fine Again," from their first three albums. Needless
Delaney McMillan July 25th, 2014 | Album Review
If you are looking for the perfect album to relax to this summer, Ab-Soul's These Days... will help you do just that. This is an authentic hip-hop album that almost has a psychedelic sound to it. Instead of being like any old hip-hop album, Ab-Soul's lyrics are intelligent and completely original. These Days... does not contain a bunch of typical rap lyrics with cussing and talking about the gangster life. Actually, it is a lot about world issues and smart topics. This album just makes you want to lay around in a pool, soak in the sun, and digest