Music Review

By Kyle Pepitone In early February, punk rock band Green Day released their thirteenth studio album titled Father Of All. If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, that’s okay, because the album only has 10 songs, most of which are under three minutes. Fun fact, the 26-minute runtime of the album […]

By Kyle Pepitone Local New Jersey singer/songwriter Jeff Nelson is at it again. Just this Valentine’s Day, Jeff Nelson released his new original single “Lost All in You.” Just like “Need You,” Nelson’s last original song, “Lost All in You” is a song that looks at the experience the singer has had with relationships. Jeff […]

By Luke Winnicki This is gamer music. Grimes made a gamer music album. This turn of events is especially funny considering Grimes’ rise as electronica’s response to the mid-aughts indie twee. Gone are the days of Grimes sitting anxiously cross-legged on the floor of KEXP surrounded by synths and samplers. Now she has embraced the […]

By Jeffrey Alexander Lopez Margarita Siempre Viva is a band from Medellin Colombia. Using different styles such as dream pop, shoegaze, and post-punk, they have created a unique style. In preparation for their new album, Letanías Del Jardín, they released a song titled “Detrás De La Fachada Está El Jardín. The song creates a wall […]

By Andre Souza             Kyle Lux’s debut album, No Roof Access is the album fans have been waiting for since the release of his first single in the spring of 2019 entitled “Rollin’ Stone.” The album tells a unique story about the struggles of adjusting and feeling out of place, and its instrumental blend of […]

By Mike Stringham I got the chance to see Deafheaven and Baroness at Starland Ballroom on Friday, April 5th. This was my 10thtime (woo!) seeing Deafheaven live within the last 5 years and first time seeing Baroness, even though I’ve been listening to them since the beginning of this decade. I went to the show […]

By Sam Flowers   On Friday, February 22nd, Julia Holter performed a concert at Warsaw. A Popgun show presented Julia Holter. The venue really went well with the aesthetic. Julia Holter’s genre of music is Art pop baroque pop ambient, which had gone perfectly with the venue. She had a violinist to open her show […]