Teens of Denial: An Undeniable Excellence

When Car Seat Headrest’s universally acclaimed indie-rock album Teens of Denial hit the market on May 20 of 2016, it solidified the band’s place as a definite frontrunner in the representation of their genre. Indie rock is an exceptionally difficult genre to describe, as it has broken away from its past meaning of ‘independent’, and…

The Grammys pull a “Heist” on rap fans

Sunday night, hip-hop was in outrage on Twitter. And while you were sitting peacefully watching TV and procrastinating on homework, “real” rap fans reached their limit. Yesterday brought us another year of “Music’s Biggest Night” in the Grammy Awards, an annual award show that in the past has been seen as a credible source to…

The Internet gives off ‘Feel Good’ vibes

A mystifying collaboration of synth and soul, The Internet’s sophomore album “Feel Good” shows listeners how to simply feel good. Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martian continue to establish themselves as a separate act from the rest of the notorious Odd Future gang. Although similarities can still be found in the beats, The Internet is…

‘Lotus’ blooms in favor for Christina Aguilera

Out of the thousands of pop singers who dominate the charts, one name should be at the very top of that category: Christina Aguilera. Her talent and longevity has kept audiences entertained and dazzled by her strong diva personality and even stronger voice. This sensational career hasn’t been without its shortcomings, though. Aguilera has had…