Snail Mail Lush Review

Snail Mail first came on the alternative radar in 2016 with her debut Habit-EP, which hasn’t waned in relevance since. The solo project headed by female instrumentalist and vocalist Lindsey Jordan was only 17 when the EP was released, proving that impactful music doesn’t always come with age. Since then she’s been on joint tours, been featured on NPR’s Tiny Desk Series, played some major … Continue reading Snail Mail Lush Review

Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Review

If someone declares themselves an Arctic Monkeys fan, there’s a decent chance that their interaction with the group was restricted to hearing “Do I Wanna Know?” on the radio in early 2014. However, for those that have been following the British alt/indie band since Whatever People Say I am, That’s What I’m Not, the group’s newest album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, certainly came as … Continue reading Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Review

The Beginning of The Ends

Meet The Ends, an eclectic trio of McKinney-based youth quickly building a name for themselves in the Dallas music scene. The Ends consist of drummer Carlos Echeverria, bassist Jackson Douglas, and guitarist Santi Lara, with Santi and Douglas creating a diverse duo on the vocals. The trio is evidence of the prevalence of the rock and alternative rock genres with the youth, as their healthy mix … Continue reading The Beginning of The Ends

Jack White Boarding House Reach Review

Jack White, king of experimentation, wanders into a new type of sound with his recent album Boarding House Reach. White’s unique oddity seems like it may be an acquired taste, and those expecting him to crank out another “Seven Nation Army” are most likely to be disappointed. The electrifying blend of black roots meeting White’s signature dark rock makes this record inherently weird. The head-first … Continue reading Jack White Boarding House Reach Review