Category Archives: Album Review

Bruno Major is Back!

By Julia Terhaerdt On June 5, Bruno Major self-released To Let A Good Thing Die, his second album after A Song For Every Moon in 2017. I spent the whole day spinning it. In the car on the way back … Read More >

The View From These Two Windows

By Martha Kowalski Let me tell you about a poem that a young man wrote about his move to Los Angeles while trying to salvage a failing relationship and juggle career struggles; it’s titled These Two Windows by AlecRead More >

Squidward and the Strokes

By Daniel Klugman Last week, my roommate made the case that Squidward Tentacles is in fact hot. Why exactly is Squidward Tentacles sexy? His apathy at work. Squidward hates nothing more than his menial job at the Krusty Krab. He … Read More >

Reflecting on Angel Olsen’s All Mirrors

By Riley Younger Angel Olsen tackles themes of love, taking a chance on it, losing it and expressing it on her fifth studio album, All Mirrors. The St. Louis native is known for her fluid and lyrically thoughtful melodies coupled … Read More >

How I’m feeling about “~how i’m feeling~”

By Martha Kowalski After many years it brings me great joy to finally say the words: Lauv has released a debut studio album. Since 2015, singer-songwriter Ari Staprans Leff – professionally known as Lauv – has produced dozens of songs … Read More >