The Capitol Years – Let Them Drink

When is a market saturated? Who decides when there has been enough pop-punk or rap-rock produced for the next five years and the industry just can’t handle any more? There is no gauge of how much is too much, because it’s all a matter of opinion anyway. Well, I’m here to say that the music […]

Elkland – Apart EP

Get ready hipsters, there’s a new kid in town. The single “Apart” from Elkland has hit the streets, teasing us with a taste of what’s to come off their full-length debut Golden, which is due out on Columbia Records in May. Thankfully for us, they chose to make a name change from Goat Explosion to […]

Neon – Hit Me Again EP

Poor, poor Australia. Whenever I hear of a band out of this strange land, all of the other terrible bands who originated from there come to mind: Silver Chair, Frenzal Rhomb, The Vines, Jet, and in most recent memory, Stereogram. Now, while one must not judge a band by its home, it seems that as […]

Moolaade (Ousmane Sembene)


Moolaade (Ousmane Sembene)New Yorker Films When I first heard of female mutilation, I honestly couldn’t believe they would do this to a little girl. The thought of the process more than makes one cringe in imaginable pain. Thankfully, this long standing tradition is beginning to finally fading away as new generations of both women and […]

Rumsfield – Terrible Times


I try not to judge a book by its cover, but it’s hard not to jump to conclusions at times, especially when it comes to a band’s discography. It is after all, the art that is supposed to convey the musical contents of an album. With all that being said, when I received Rumsfield’s album […]