Album Review: Declan McKenna – Zeros

Declan McKenna’s second album, Zeros, is both retro and futuristic, heavily influenced by seventies icons but delivered with an intergalactic punch. “What do you think about the rocket I built?” McKenna sing...

Album Review: Taylor Swift – folklore

Taylor Swift’s album announcements are a big deal. They usually feature months of hidden social media clues to drum up excitement as fans eagerly conspire about the next era of her career. folklore though, was ...

Album Review: The 1975 – Notes on a Conditional Form

After months of delays, pushbacks, and eight single releases, The 1975’s fourth studio album, Notes on a Conditional Form (NOACF) has finally arrived. An eclectic experiment of style and genre, the album conta...

Album Review: Hayley Williams – Petals For Armor

Hayley Williams’ debut solo album is raw and vulnerable yet represents power and strength; a juxtaposition showcased by the title. Petals for Armor sees a maturity from William's earlier work in the angsty, ...