The Killers Return with Wonderful Wonderful

In 2012, Las Vegas locals The Killers released Battle Born, an album which didn’t quite meet the quality their previous albums possessed. This album preceded a five-year hiatus for the band. During that time, Brandon Flowers, the lead singer, branched off to release music of his own for a solo career. Flowers has stated that … Continue reading The Killers Return with Wonderful Wonderful

City and Colour’s new album is a welcome change

City and Colour has always been known for their acoustic style of indie rock, but Dallas Green has changed it up in his new album If I Should Go Before You.  The album still has a presence of acoustics, but Green brings himself into a new territory by adding this element to his music. The … Continue reading City and Colour’s new album is a welcome change

Weezer gets back to its roots with new album

Though Weezer has been in limbo for the past couple of years, the band members get back to their roots with their new album Everything Will Be Alright In The End. This album is also the first time since 2001 that the band has worked with Ric Ocasek as a producer. Ocasek is known for helping Weezer … Continue reading Weezer gets back to its roots with new album

Jack White Sets the Bar for Rock Stars Everywhere

The Black Keys may not actually be ripping off Jack White, but they should wish they were. In a music world that lacks the rock-god-like presence of artists like Jimi Hendrix, Jack White is one of those rare artists that have the same mysterious allure. Programming Director Joe Phelan and I were lucky enough to … Continue reading Jack White Sets the Bar for Rock Stars Everywhere