EP Review

Semisonic – ‘You’re Not Alone’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Press / Dan Wilson In the mid-90s two former members of the Minneapolis alternative band Trip Shakespeare – singer/guitarist Dan Wilson and bassist John Munson – formed Semisonic along with drummer Jake Slichter. Although their tight, jangly 1996 debut album Great Divide couldn’t unite a listening audience and went largely unnoticed, two years… Read more

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Joshua Gordon With Bring Me The Horizon’s latest release of their EP titled Post Human: Survival Horror, we cannot help but marvel at the sheer elevated quality in sound thanks to composer Mick Gordon, who is known for producing game soundtracks such as Killer Instinct and many more. Although it was an odd… Read more

Peach Tree Rascals – ‘I Can’t Wait For You To Come My Way’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Stefan Kohli Peach Tree Rascals is a Los Angeles-based band formed in 2018, consisting of mostly second-generation children of immigrants. The members consist of Dominic Pizano, Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Joseph Barros and Jorge Olazaba. The group first tasted fame after their 2019 single “Mariposa”, which went on to become viral on Tiktok,… Read more

Troye Sivan – ‘In a Dream’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Tim Ashton Troye Sivan is the name that is now unanimous with queer artists on the rise, but not limited to the former statement. He is creating buzz with good reason to back it up. With a humble and enigmatic image, the singer creates an aura that would seldom attract attention. He is… Read more

HAIM – ‘Women in Music Part III’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Jasper Rischen This past spring the release Haim’s third full-length album (like just about everything else) was delayed by the 2020 global health crisis. To help fill the void, the group – sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, as we should all know by now – released a number of individual tracks, which… Read more

HAIM – ‘The Steps’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Nicole Mago The 2013 debut album Days Are Gone from Haim – sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim – was musically nothing short of a small miracle, a near-perfect symmetry of production, composition and performance which utilized influences ranging from the classic rock of the Eagles and Pink Floyd to the ’80s pop/R&B of… Read more

MMM Staff Picks: Carlton Rolle’s Top Ten Favorite Albums of the 2010s

Music has changed so much over the last 10 years. Many have heard and watched the degradation of genres fade away while other artists breathe new life in an overstuffed industry. Great albums come rarely, especially ones that became statements for the era or for the people living through that time. These are all albums… Read more

MMM Staff Picks: Carlton Rolle’s Top Ten Favorite Albums of 2019

#10. Smif N Wessun – ‘The All’ Smif-N-Wessun comes back on the map with their sixth album, The All. This album brings a deep sense of nostalgia while listeners enjoy solid, soulful sounds. The Brooklyn duo dive into hip-hop to leave listeners feeling invigorated by the energy. The All is a well-rounded album that brings… Read more

MMM Staff Picks: Richard John Cummins’ Top Ten Favorite Albums of 2019

#10. Sports Team – ‘Making Hay’ (EP) Following the playbook of bands like the Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand and the Kaiser Chiefs, these rookie rockers from Cambridge, England are almost as exciting as their name is boring.    #9. Lana Del Rey – ‘Norman F*cking Rockwell’ Giving her sixth album a title which can’t actually be said or posted on… Read more

G-Eazy – ‘Scary Nights’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Bobby Bruderle G-Eazy started gaining popularity in 2014 but it wasn’t until 2017 when he began to blow up. That’s when the playboy rapper released his fourth album The Beautiful & Damned, featuring the hit track, “No Limit”. G-Eazy immensely grew his fan base using his cocky lyrics and from being known through… Read more