In 2011, right in the thick of the emo revival, Foxing popped up on the emo band radar. Judging by the band name, they were automatically off to a relatively promising start. "Foxing" is succinct, unique, and memorable. It’s appropriately capitalized. It doesn’t have sports, parents, a celebrity, pants, unnecessary punctuation, or some other assortment … Continue reading Catching up with Foxing’s discography
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!