A (One Sentence) Review of Meghan Trainor’s “Title”

I have this crazy idea that if Meghan Trainor’s music and all it represents were erased from the planet’s collective consciousness, actual feminism and mainstream society’s acceptance of it would leap frog at least 15 years into the future. (Click here to see rating) Are you fucking kidding me?:   FUCKING STOP:   Advertisements

A Review of clipping.’s “Wriggle”

clipping.’s most recent EP, Wriggle, is a mixed bag.  The title track is far and away the best song here, making excellent use of sampling of Whitehouse’s “Wriggle Like a Fucking Eel” and moving at a blistering pace, like clipping.’s take on Outkast’s “B.O.B.” for power electronics nerds.  Amazing track. “Shooter” has cool production, with […]

A Review of Johnny Otis Dávila’s “P.I.F.F.”

For those who don’t already know, Johnny Otis Dávila is probably best known for his work on guitar in the now defunct Dávila 666, probably the biggest band in Puerto Rican garage rock the past decade.  Since Dávila 666, Johnny’s been part of Terror Amor (still playing with AJ), and now we have this, where Johnny takes front […]

A (Brief) Review of M83’s “Junk”

The album’s called Junk.  And it’s junk.  Get it?  GET IT?! “a love child of crystal castles and neon Indian imo…” – lux bledstone “This band is all about experimentation. If you can’t appreciate new things, then you’re not a fan of the roots of M83. I’ll always love you guys” – TBFilms For people who […]

A Review of LUMPS’ “Curses!”

LUMPS’ Curses! LP starts off with 3, count ’em, 3 catchy, relatively straightforward power pop punk tracks in “No Sweat”, “Spirit Sweat”, and “Sleep Tight”.  Up until track 4, the vibe I was getting from this was that I was in store for a really great set of pop punk tunes that featured some interesting guitar to distinguish […]

A Review of Heavy Flow’s s/t LP (I & II)

Let me preface this review by saying this is a compilation of two EPs into an LP.  The first EP was released in 2014, while the second was released this year.  I’m reviewing them as one release because this is the first time both of them have been released on physical format (cassette on King […]