Review: Car Seat Headrest, “Teens of Denial” (2016)

Three-piece indie band that reconsiders the limits of the indie-rock genre. The context of some bands impressive you more than the band and the songs themselves, but thankfully this is a mix of both. Car Seat Headrest is the creation of Will Toledo, a 23-year-old guy that started recording songs in his bedroom. He would complete the vocal lines in... Continue Reading →

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Review: The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, “The Getaway” (2016)

The Chilli's wrestle between their funk-rock roots with moodier, ambient landscapes. It's hard to review any new The Red Hot Chilli Peppers (RHCP) albums after the departure of guitarist John Frusciante. Their last album with Frusciante - the double-LP Stadium Arcadium - showcased the height of the band's songwriting powers, although there was certainly a lot of filler. (I... Continue Reading →

Film Review: “Room” (2015)

Room is a film that got a lot of notice earlier this year around Awards season, but I never really knew much about it. It came and went. Brie Larson picked up an Academy Award for it. Ok, so what's the fuss? Room is about a mother and son, Joy (Brie Larson) and Jack (Jacob Tremblay), as... Continue Reading →

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