Archive for March, 2016

The Flux Machine – Love and Affection

The Flux Machine

Believe it or not, there are some people who believe that every band can only play songs in a single genre. Once a band chooses a genre—say rock, pop, or rap—they have to stick with that type. That’s what those people believe, anyway. Personally, I am against this opinion. After writing for Creative Control for […]

The Real Tameca Jones

Tameca Jones

Something people do not know about me is that I am a fan of covers and fandubs. On my personal YouTube account, I have a playlist compiled of over a hundred tracks where YouTubers are singing their own versions of my favorite anime openings and endings. It’s hard to explain why I love them so […]

Blue Helix – A Tale of Two Halves

Blue Helix

If you think long and hard about it, is there any other place in the U.S. with a more prestigious history of alternative rock than the state of Washington? In the ‘90s, the revered Grunge genre sprang forth and gave the world some its most unforgettable acts. The state produced Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, Mudhoney, […]

The Strumbellas Live

The Strumbellas

The Strumbellas are a five piece indie/folk band from Ontario, Canada. They create catchy tunes very similar to The Lumineers and Cold War Kids, but with a bit more of a folk vibe. I’m ashamed to say that The Strumbellas are a band that I often forget that I love. I neglect them until I […]

Partisan – Two Lovers

Partisan

Love songs are nothing new in any genre, some may say that every song is a love song or every song’s meaning boils down to love. British rockers, Partisan, may not have a love song with their latest track “Two Lovers,” but they certainly don’t hit you over the head with anything about the concept […]