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Rise Against – ‘Nowhere Generation II’ EP Review

Photo Credit: LeAnn Mueller Depending on whom you ask, punk rock came to be, in a codified and commonly agreed upon manner, around and about 1977, 45 long years ago. And while punk always had an attitude and a bone to pick with basically everything, it was not an inherently political movement, arguably, till Crass… Read more

Switchfoot – ‘Interrobang’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Erik Frost An interrobang is defined by Merriam-Webster as “a punctuation mark designed for use especially at the end of an exclamatory rhetorical question” – in layman’s terms, it’s the combination of an exclamation point and a question mark. An interrobang, in many ways, feels like the collective response to the events of… Read more

Rise Against – ‘Nowhere Generation’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Wyatt Troll Rock audiences seem to have clearly risen in favor of Rise Against, since the Chicago punk band’s last five studio albums all went Top 10 in the US, and that commercial success at least will probably continue unabated with the band’s new release. Yet the title alone sort of spells trouble:… Read more

Selena Gomez – ‘Rare’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Matt Baron / Shutterstock Former Disney starlet Selena Gomez is beloved for everything she is, and everything she’s not. So much so, that her diehard fans dubbed the release of her latest solo album in over four years #Rareday. Short for the project’s official title, Rare. Battling everything from lupus, a kidney transplant,… Read more