Music of the Month: March 2019

What it do, what it do? I’ve been tired all week so I finally broke and got some caffeine. Just so you know how I am going into this. Anyway, like the last couple of months, I’ll be talking about some of the music I’ve been listening to this month. In terms of individual songs, [...]


Glass Half Full: A Review of “The Black Album” by Weezer

About two months ago, I reviewed Weezer’s cover album. I called it lazy and pointless, which I still maintain. But it didn’t kill my hope for the Black Album. After all, I’d enjoyed the singles. Perhaps the Black Album would be just the comeback Weezer needed. Alas, it is not. Out of the ten tracks [...]

What’s the Purpose?: A Dual Review of “Heard It in a Past Life” by Maggie Rogers and “Teal Album” by Weezer

I know, what the hell? A new blog post on a Sunday? Usually there's But today I felt motivated to write, so you're getting a double review. You're welcome. Every album ever made has been made with a purpose. At least, that’s how it should be. Why make a body of work if you don’t [...]