Tagged - Album Review

Revisiting Paramore’s self-titled album ten years later

Paramore released their self-titled album worldwide on April 9, 2013, and it immediately received praise. The song “Ain’t It Fun”…

The Strange Wonders of Quadeca’s “SCRAPYARD”

Benjamin Lasky, also known as Quadeca, has had one of the most interesting artistic trajectories I’ve ever seen. Many bands…

The Last Dinner Party: Old-School Revivalism Done Right

The Last Dinner Party is an English rock band that has quickly ascended from obscurity to relative fame. After releasing…

Etta Marcus’ “The Death Of Summer & Other Promises” left me indifferent

Etta Marcus’ debut album, “The Death of Summer & Other Promises,” drew me in by the title and cover, which…

Boygenius’ third EP brings their discography full-circle

The EP's lyric videos contain photos of them chaotically dancing on stage, cuddling up to each other while belting out their songs.

underscores: a warm welcome to the world of “Wallsocket”

Wallsocket’s locals find themselves dissecting the dauntingly resonant transition to adulthood in song after song.

In The Spotlight: “The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We”

Each song masterfully blends the natural acoustic and orchestral elements of the album with Mitski’s poetically devastating lyricism.

“The End” and Cody Fry’s love for orchestral pop

“The End” is an amazing album that wonderfully showcases Cody Fry's talents and his love for french horns. 

Sex, drugs, and Hollywood love with Slayyyter’s “STARFUCKER”

With new style, new money, and new tits, “STARFUCKER” marks the dawning of an age for Slayyyter.

In the Spotlight: Chappell Roan

In a time where pop has become oversaturated and underwhelming, Chappell Roan breathes new life into the genre.