In 2011, right in the thick of the emo revival, Foxing popped up on the emo band radar. Judging by the band name, Foxing were automatically off to a relatively promising start. The name is succinct, unique, and memorable. It’s appropriately capitalized. It doesn’t have sports, parents, a celebrity, pants, unnecessary punctuation, or some other … Continue reading Catching up with Foxing’s discography
It's December 17th, and I'm coming in hot with my top 10 personal favorite albums of 2020. First, some honorable mentions: Aesop Rock - Spirit World Field Guide Poppy - I Disagree Fiona Apple - Fetch The Bolt Cutters Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels 4 Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher And now, the list! … Continue reading No Plan Conversations’ Top 10 Albums of 2020
It’s been a few months since The Beths released their sophomore effort, Jump Rope Gazers. Upon release, the consensus was that JRG was a good album, but a clear step down from their debut, Future Me Hates Me. After all, JRG is noticeably less energetic than FMHM. It's nice, sweet, and undeniably charming, but the … Continue reading Jump Rope Gazers every bit as lovely as The Beths’ previous work
And we're back with more Radiohead talk. I had been putting off listening to Hail To the Thief for quite some time now. It's easy to see why: pretty much everything about this album at an initial glance is unappealing. For one, it has a reputation for being one of Radiohead's Least Good albums. I … Continue reading All Hail To the Thief, All Hail To the Thief!
But first, hello again. I've recently been getting into Radiohead these last couple months. I've been getting sort of into them for years, but at a snail's pace, as in, I'll check out like one of their albums each year. But recently, for whatever reason, I've been going absolutely ham on them, so now I … Continue reading Here’s why Amnesiac is better than Kid A