Music Video – ‘I’m In Love With a Girl’ by King Black Acid

View the official music video for Portland, OR – based dream rock band King Black Acid and check them out on social media below! Filmed, colored and edited by Jeremiah L. Scott – additional camera work by Damien Genardi, Josh Smith and Adam Michaud. Special FX Lenses Provided By Lens Baby Portland Or USA. Grip/Lighting Support by Jason Wilkinson Characters: Daniel Riddle Gabby Holt Samantha … Continue reading Music Video – ‘I’m In Love With a Girl’ by King Black Acid

Album Review – ‘Tiger Rider’ by Tiger Rider

Seattle, Washington’s indie-rockiest trio Tiger Rider released their full-length, entirely self-produced album early in February this year, and they did not disappoint. The eponymous record Tiger Rider is full of angst and heartache, and will make you believe in D.I.Y. again. The album begins with the song ‘Say What You Will’, a melodic, bass-heavy ode to sticking it to societal norms and redefining what ‘success’ … Continue reading Album Review – ‘Tiger Rider’ by Tiger Rider

Is Warped Tour 2019 Worth It? – Opinion Piece

Is Warped Tour 2019 Worth It?  Vans Warped Tour, one of the most anticipated music events of the summer for the last two and half decades, announced the lineups for its three-city, multi-day festival last week, sparking controversy between fans of the punk-rock scene staple. With all the changes Warped Tour has undergone in the last couple of years, many people – myself included – … Continue reading Is Warped Tour 2019 Worth It? – Opinion Piece

Return of the Jonas Brothers – ‘Sucker’ Single Review

It’s happening – the return of mid-late 2000’s Disney royalty, the Jonas Brothers. Yesterday on Friday, March 1st, the pop band released their first new music since their second live album came out in 2013 – a laid back, catchy single titled ‘Sucker’.  The track hits hard – the opening line ‘we go together‘, cooed in the unmistakable falsetto of Nick Jonas, introduces the song, … Continue reading Return of the Jonas Brothers – ‘Sucker’ Single Review

Album Review – “Stuffed & Ready” by Cherry Glazerr

  Album artwork for Cherry Glazerr’s 3rd full length ‘Stuffed and Ready’     Between the lack of sun and the Seasonal Affective Disorder, this time of year can be trying for some – luckily, LA indie rockers Cherry Glazerr have just the thing to complement the darkness and surreality you might be experiencing: ‘Stuffed & Ready’. As the band’s third full length, released February … Continue reading Album Review – “Stuffed & Ready” by Cherry Glazerr

Album Review – ‘Love in the Time of Shark Attacks’ by Attic Lights

Album artwork by Gorka Olmo On Friday, February 1st, Attic Lights, an indie rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, released their third record, ‘Love in the Time of Shark Attacks’ via Elefant Records. There is only one way to describe Attic Lights’ latest work: pure spunk. Lyrically, the band nailed it- sometimes laid back, sometimes serious, always relatable ( taken from “Never By Myself”, ‘I need … Continue reading Album Review – ‘Love in the Time of Shark Attacks’ by Attic Lights

Review – Balloon Club

BALLOON CLUB Balloon Club is a Portland ambient lo-fi project that recently released their record ‘Some Things You’ve Got To Let Go’, which you can find on Bandcamp here. I was lucky enough to get to watch Balloon Club perform live at the Honeyhive last week, and take some photographs of the show. Balloon Club opened up the performance last Tuesday night with a brief, … Continue reading Review – Balloon Club