Tag Archives: Album

Paul McCartney, 'Egypt Station': Album Review

No matter how hard aging artists try, there’s no turning back time. Or stopping it, for that matter. But that hasn’t deterred countless rock legends over the past two decades from trying to reclaim the victories of their youths on works that range from admirably noble to downright embarrassing. In the five years since Paul McCartney’s

Album Review: Troye Sivan Oozes a Breathy Charm Across the Dreamy and Sexy Bloom

The Lowdown: Troye Sivan built an Internet following on the strength of a charming video blog, but don’t let the YouTube creds put you off. His debut album, 2015’s Blue Neighborhood, would have been buzzworthy even if Sivan hadn’t brought his own buzz. With dreamy synthscapes, personal writing, and help from some talented writer-producers, Blue

Troye Sivan reveals new album, Bloom: Stream

Australian pop prodigy and YouTube personality Troye Sivan has released his new album, Bloom. Stream it in full below via Apple Music or Spotify. Due out through Capitol Records, Bloom marks the 23-year-old artist’s sophomore LP following 2015’s Blue Neighbourhood. It spans a total of 10 tracks, most of which were produced by Ariel Rechtshaid (Vampire Weekend, Carly Rae

'I Was Just Really F—ed Up Back Then': The Album Jerry Cantrell Can't Revisit Yet

Jerry Cantrell revealed that Metallica’s Robert Trujillo and Faith No More’s Mike Bordin have been asking him to arrange a tour around Degradation Trip, his 2002 solo album on which they both played. He also revealed he had an uncomfortable relationship with the work. “I was just really fucked up back then to be honest

Brent Hinds would love for Mastodon to record a country album

Brent Hinds of Mastodon. photo by Jimmy Hubbard Mastodon singer-guitarist Brent Hinds tends to be a a bit of a goofball in interviews, playing fast and loose with the truth about his life and career. But if his recent chat with the podcast Let There Be Talk is to be believed, the rocker is very

Mark Oliver Everett Talks Eels’ New Album, His Acting Career, and Friendship with Steve Perry

Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Today on Kyle Meredith With…, Kyle sits down with Mark Oliver Everett, a.k.a. “E” from Eels, to talk about the band’s new album, The Deconstructionist, his four-year hiatus between albums, and anniversaries for Broken Toy Shop and Electro-Shock Blues. They also touch upon Everett’s appearances on Netflix’s Love, Jon Hamm’s

Daughters announce You Won’t Get What You Want album, unleash “The Reason They Hate Me”: Stream

The first new album in eight years from Rhode Island noise-rockers Daughters will grace us this fall, as the band has announced that the disc, titled You Won’t Get What You Want, will arrive on October 26th via Ipecac Recordings. Along with the album news, Daughters have unleashed the new song “The Reason They Hate Me” (listen