ALBUM REVIEWS

Sleeping Lion Most Improved

Most Improved, the new EP from indie-pop duo, Sleeping Lion is filled to to brim with heartfelt, earnest and bittersweet pop tracks. Easily weaving between R&B production, bright, electronic-tinged…

LS Dunes Past Lives

What started as a Covid-era passion project of riffs and song ideas sent back and forth between friends has turned into something truly remarkable for the members of L.S.…

Jesse Gold If Not Now

Toronto R&B-pop artist Jesse Gold has tapped into something truly magical with his new EP, If Not Now. Dripping with emotion and swagger, the six-track EP rides the line…

Magnolia Park Bakus Revenge Review

Baku’s Revenge, the new album from Florida-based Magnolia Park, is the epitome of a great modern pop-punk album. Carried by relatable, vulnerable lyrical content, catchy as hell vocal melodies…

Bayside The Red EP

The product of writing and recording when inspiration strikes, The Red EP is the first of hopefully many short collections of music from Bayside. Composed of three tracks, the…

Ocean Alley Low Altitude Living Review

Ocean Alley’s newest album, Low Altitude Living couldn’t arrive at a more perfect time. Filled to the brim with soaring vocals, fuzzy guitar, warm bass and timeless melodies, this…

The Early November Twenty

It’s in the name. The Early November’s new album, Twenty is both an homage to their past and a beautiful snapshot of the present. Arriving (you guessed it) twenty…

Nessa Barrett young forever

Rising artist Nessa Barrett is taking pop music to the next level with her emotionally vulnerable debut full-length album, young forever, out today. Comprised of thirteen confessional, personal tracks,…

Jagwar Twin 33

There’s only one word that can perfectly describe Jagwar Twin’s latest album, 33: Brilliant. From beginning to end, Jagwar Twin – the brainchild of singer, songwriter, producer, and storyteller…