“The Whole Of The Moon” – The Waterboys – Song Review

For this post, we’re going to be talking about mid 80’s folk rock. Now, I usually try not to discuss hit singles on here because normally there are more worthwhile songs to talk about. But this one wasn’t necessarily popular upon it’s initial release, so I guess that’s an exception to that rule. Besides that, […]

MGMT – “Of Moons, Birds & Monsters” – Song Review

MGMT is a band that is quite possibly best known for their use of pop hooks and melodies combined with psychedelic inspired guitar and lots of synthesizer. Most people probably recognize the singles “Kids” and “Electric Feel”, and most people would also probably recognize their album cover art for their debut record, Oracular Spectacular. But […]

Bring Me The Horizon – “heavy metal” – Song Review

Bring Me The Horizon is a band that has changed so drastically in the fifteen years they’ve been together it’s almost hard to believe they’re the same group of people. Initially starting out in the metalcore/deathcore genre, they’ve expanded into alternative rock territory and have even incorporated aspects of electronica and pop into their sound. […]

Death Cab For Cutie – “Company Calls” & “Company Calls Epilogue” – Song Reviews

We Have The Facts And We’re Voting Yes, the second studio album recorded by indie rock band Death Cab For Cutie was released on March 21, 2000. The record is centered around the theme of a broken relationship, was produced by then-guitarist Chris Walla, and contains no singles, as unusual as that is. No promotional […]

All Time Low – “Poppin’ Champagne” – Song Review

Behold, here we have one of pop punk’s absolute greatest treasures. Soon after being signed to a major label and releasing their debut EP, Put Up Or Shut Up, All Time Low released their full length second studio album titled So Wrong, It’s Right on September 25th 2007. So Wrong, It’s Right was the epitome […]