REVIEW|Bleachers’ Gone Now (2017)

Jack Antonoff, 33, released his second album Gone Now (2017) on Friday, June 2. Under the moniker Bleachers, Gone Now (2017) is an atypical dreamscape album that uses punchy synths, melodic beats, and a 80s-esque compass to sway listener interest into vibing along for the ride. The album is a collection of nostalgic noise and end-credit soundtracks, all of which … Continue reading REVIEW|Bleachers’ Gone Now (2017)

Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black (2006) & Its Portrayal of Addiction

Introduction Substance abuse is a shared topic that many celebrities endure, especially when their actions are clearly publicized. Amy Winehouse was a key figure that was exposed to overwhelming paparazzi in the wake of her recklessness. Her fame and attention made her a crackhead, an anorexic, and a victim to so many other illnesses. Being a well-known … Continue reading Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black (2006) & Its Portrayal of Addiction

COIN’s HWYKIYNT (2017) Is Past The Sophomore Album Slump

COIN is leading a front in the independent pop artist game. Their newest album, How Will You Know If You Never Try (2017), also known as HWYKIYNT, came out this past Friday, April 21. With leading singles "Talk Too Much" and more recently "I Don't Wanna Dance", they leave indie pop fans vacating all music … Continue reading COIN’s HWYKIYNT (2017) Is Past The Sophomore Album Slump