Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Pretty Many People by Three Man Cannon Review (The Local Series)

0
By: James Goff/Senior Writer The next few reviews will be based on groups from (almost) our area. For example, Three Man Cannon is a four...

Barrett by Syd Barrett Review

0
By: James Goff/Senior Writer Tis a sad day, as this will be the last music review involving Syd Barrett. The appropriately named Barrett was Syd's final musical...

Is The Is Are by DIIV Review

0
By: James Goff/Senior Writer DIIV (pronounced "dive") was originally the solo project of Zachary Cole Smith, a 32 year old from Connecticut. While there are...

The Madcap Laughs by Syd Barrett Review

0
By: James Goff/Senior Writer I got tired of writing about new music, so this time I'll cover Syd Barrett's first solo album. Right now Syd...

CAMP COPE S / T Review

0
By: James Goff/Senior Writer CAMP COPE has been one of my favorite finds of the past year, after they toured with Modern Baseball in the...

Heartworms by The Shins Review

0
By: James Goff / Music Specialist The Shins were one of the best bands of the 2000's, and their absence from the 2010's has been nothing...

The Obsessives S / T Review

0
By: James Goff / Music Specialist I want so badly to like it. I keep listening to it thinking 'maybe I'm just not getting it, maybe...

Heck No, Nancy by The Obsessives Review

0
By: James Goff / Music Specialist I was first exposed to The Obsessives on Instagram by a music photographer named Jessica Flynn. She happens to be...

“Welcome” by Slaughter Beach, Dog Review

0
By: James Goff / Music Specialist Slaughter Beach, Dog is a rather new development from one of Modern Baseball's two front men, Jake Ewald. This is...

A Nice Pair Review

0
By: James Goff/Sports Editor A Nice Pair was released by Pink Floyd in 1973, just nine months after earth-shattering Dark Side of the Moon. However,...