We R the Lost’s Album Proves They Are Anything but ‘Still Lost’ [Review]

We R the Lost’s Album Proves They Are Anything but ‘Still Lost’ [Review]

When Milwaukee rapper and producer Jon Briggz first gave his music and art collective the name “We R the Lost,” it was a tongue-in-cheek response to critics. The group’s detractors labeled them as nothing but a lazy group of destructive partiers with no direction. With numerous single releases and mixtapes, Briggz’s aim was to prove […]

The Unravelling Makes a Speedy Comeback on Sophomore Album [Review]

The Unravelling Makes a Speedy Comeback on Sophomore Album [Review]

Calgary, Alberta, Canada metal/industrial duo The Unravelling just released their sophomore album, Tear a Hole in the Collective Vision, on August 7. After releasing two singles, Revolt and Master Drone, in rapid succession earlier this year, the album came together just as quickly. It is a speedy comeback five years in the making for one of […]

The Como Brothers Band’s Feel-Good Blues With ‘Imagination’ [Review]

The Como Brothers Band’s Feel-Good Blues With ‘Imagination’ [Review]

New York blues pop duo The Como Brothers Band is composed of, unsurprisingly, brothers Matt and Andrew Como. The brothers have thus far released three EPs and one full album, Baby Steps in 2013, but have been relatively inactive since with regards to recording. Their new EP, entitled Imagination, returns The Como Brothers Band to […]