Category Archives: Album Review

“Everything is the Worst,” Cedarsmoke Review

By Ethan Cook I view music through a qualitative lense, rather than a quantitative one. Qualitative and quantitative are big words that get tossed around a lot in STEM classes that involve a lot of technical writing, but the TLDRRead More >

Protomartyr – “Ultimate Success Today”

By: Ayden Schultz I was not originally planning on writing a review for this album. After listening to the record three times the day before its official release (thanks UPS for giving me my pre-order early), I found myself unable to … Read More >

Bob Dylan – “Rough and Rowdy Ways”

By Soham Dasgupta If some intrepid time-traveller had informed me a few months ago that a new Dylan album would be dropping, I honestly can’t say that I would have cared. For me, the last 40 years of Dylan have … Read More >

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 >