Nov. 27, 2014

Archive for On the Record

The rhythm of love: Caribou’s sixth album pleases

The rhythm of love: Caribou’s sixth album pleases

Posted On: October 23, 2014

Surprise, surprise; I love this album. I mean, come on, I wouldn’t be writing about it unless I [...]

It’s not the Hoedown Throwdown, but it is Miley

It’s not the Hoedown Throwdown, but it is Miley

Posted On: October 17, 2013

Overall, “Bangerz” is a pleasant surprise, especially following the train wreck that was Miley’s VMA performance. [...]

“Bangerz” is a wrecking ball to the ear drums

“Bangerz” is a wrecking ball to the ear drums

Posted On: October 17, 2013

Maybe we should have seen this coming long ago. [...]

Richmond trio brings simple, mellow sound to campus

Richmond trio brings simple, mellow sound to campus

Posted On: September 16, 2013

The Low Branches, an indie band, creates a nostalgic feeling during AMP’s Fridays at Five on the Terrace. [...]

‘Soft Will’ is a mature, reflective homecoming

‘Soft Will’ is a mature, reflective homecoming

Posted On: September 09, 2013

At this point, it’s barely worth mentioning Smith Westerns’ first album. The Chicago band recorded their debut in [...]

This is the ‘Right’ stuff

This is the ‘Right’ stuff

Posted On: September 09, 2013

It’s been four years since Franz Ferdinand released its third album, the electronica-heavy, nihilistic “Tonight: Franz Ferdinand,” to [...]

On the Record: Comedown Machine — The Strokes

On the Record: Comedown Machine — The Strokes

Posted On: April 15, 2013

Clocking in at 38 minutes, “Comedown Machine” is the biggest deviation from the band’s original gritty-rock, universally praised [...]

On the Record: Save Rock and Roll — Fall Out Boy

On the Record: Save Rock and Roll — Fall Out Boy

Posted On: April 15, 2013

When Fall Out Boy disbanded in 2009, the news was devastating for fans, to say the least. However, [...]