Disq Captures the Bleak Side of Technology on “Collector”
by Jack Karnes The 2010s were a wild decade. We had an angry, divisive president looming in the White House, we realized our world is burning, we gave many people the civil rights they always deserved and finally noticed the … Read More >
What happened to Beck?
by Ayden Schultz Towards the end of last year, a favorite artist of mine, the critically acclaimed Beck, released his 14th studio album, Hyperspace. Is Hyperspace good? No. Is it overproduced, uninspired, soulless and completely disappointing garbage? Most certainly. I … Read More >
Everything Seems to be Numbness Around: King Krule’s “Man Alive!” Review
by Sean Horvath Music has a tendency to focus on emotional extremes. Anything from triumphant joy to crushing heartbreak can be used as fuel in crafting a new hit album or single, and why shouldn’t it be? These are the … Read More >