Posts Tagged ‘Self-Titled’

PARAMORE with Copeland Paramore Announces “Paramore: Writing The Future,” An Intimate Evening of Music with Paramore and Friends Copeland; Spring Trex to Hit North American Theaters and Festival Fueled By Ramen recording group Paramore has announced “PARAMORE: WRITING THE FUTURE” an intimate evening of music with Param…

– By Danielle Longueville – “Push Play” Mikaela Kahn’s self-titled EP is a laid-back album meant for rainy days and easy Sunday mornings. Kahn has a unique timbre to her voice, somewhere between Sara Bareilles and Taylor Swift (minus the perpetual lyrical whining over ex-boyfriends). Though her album offers a surprisin…

– By Karl Heinz – “PUSH PLAY” Filled to the brim with back-of-the-telegram vocals and dusty roadhouse piano, Bad Mountain’s self-titled debut EP is a wondrous piece of art. Frontman, and sole proprietor, Jesse Anderson may have set up his storefront in the modern-day sprawl of Dallas, Texas, but this record would sugge…

– By Michal Elizabeth Smith – “PUSH PLAY” BROODS self-titled EP is far from disappointing. Caleb and Georgia Nott are Auckland natives, alongside the beloved Lorde. The brother-sister duo released their first single in early January entitled “Bridges,” a spine-tingling tune packed with A-1 riffs and catchy beats. Lorde…

– By Austin Reed – “PUSH PLAY” Psych-rock is a dangerous business. Unless you’ve spent the proper amount of time calibrating your sound to a matchless level of precision, it can oftentimes behave like an undercooked cupcake: good-to-go on the outside but runny and inconsistent where it matters. This probably wouldn’t b…

Artist-on-Artist – Black Books by Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Austin based band, Black Books, create an indie masterpiece with their new self-titled album. There is an intensity among the ambiance in songs like “Favorite Place” and “Something To Remember” which showcases the band’s ability to blend light guitar work…

– By Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Paramore’s creative take on mainstream music makes them a mainstay in the eyes of their fans and the music industry. Big choruses run rampant on the band’s new self-titled release. Hayley Williams’ words and melodies soar, in a manner that would make Freddie Mercury proud, on…