Monthly Archives: October 2015

Pop Punk Trick-Or-Treat

Let’s face it, cover songs are a lot like Halloween costumes; while they’re not the real thing, some are great, some are really clever, some are actually genuinely scary, and a lot of them suck. That being said, this week I divulged into Hopeless Records’ “Punk Goes…” series. Now, there should be a disclaimer here that many of the bands

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Song Review: Adele’s Hello

  After four long years we finally get a taste of Adele’s upcoming album, 25, and it’s…stale. First off, I don’t think it’s bad. Not at all but the internet seems to have lost it’s shit more than all the Hotline Bling vines. It could be the overhype that killed it for me but I can’t help but think that

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AUDIO: X! – “Zero” EP

When you think of Southern Georgia hip hop, chances are you don’t think of anything with much substance to it. The assumption is that Georgia, like most southern hip hop, involves a lot of turning up and hype music. Atlanta is one of the crown jewels of hip hop in the south, and of course they’ve had their fair share

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AUDIO: Wave Chapelle – “Lately”

One of the Milwaukee names breaking out on the national scene, Wave Chapelle, is back with a new track, “Lately”. Produced by Greedy Money, “Lately” is a smooth, laid back track that, somehow, you can still bounce along to. Heavily influenced by Yo Gotti, along with the rest of his CMG label, Wave shows some mature, calm tones on the

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Interview: Hemispheres

I had the pleasure to interview Hemispheres before their show at Yield bar. Enjoy Would you three introduce yourselves and state your position in the band? Tim: I’m Tim. I play the guitar and sing the vocals. Jessie: I’m Jessie and I play the drums. James: I’m James and I play bass. How did you three meet and eventually formed? Tim: We

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AUDIO: Hawthorne Heights – “Hurt”

Okay, so quick backstory time here; I was feeling a bit nostalgic, and during a rather unpleasant day, felt the need to find “The Silence In Black and White” by Hawthorne Heights on Spotify. Then, after pulling them up (do people still use that term? Did they ever?) I discovered that the band recently released a new record. I, being

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AUDIO: Von Alexander – “Waves”

The artist once known as Vonny Del Fresco is back, rebranded as Von Alexander, and it appears that he is refocused on greatness, exemplified in recent single “Waves”. Produced by DMND, Von’s style seems to have switched up ever so slightly, with a more ambitious flow than previous releases. There is, however, still the same attention to detail, and the

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