Album Review: Bladee – Spiderr

By Ethan Hofer, Staff Writer
[YEAR 0001; 2022]
Rating: 8/10
Bladee is arguably one of the most creative music minds of this generation. From the bizarre, yet intriguing album covers to his ever-changing sound with his Drain Gang collective, there has always been something unique about Bladee. Spiderr’s fascinating cover which features a deified picture of Bladee with a spider in his hand and a Hebrew symbol meaning “truth” on his forehead. The cover truly is as captivating as Spiderr’s sound.

Blink-182 reunite with Tom DeLonge, announce upcoming single

By Roman Salomone, Contributor
[Photo courtesy of Pitchfork]
Legendary pop-punk band Blink-182 have announced they are reuniting with founding member and original vocalist Tom DeLonge. This is the first time the classic line-up of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and DeLonge has been together since 2015. Along with the reunion of the band comes news about a new single titled “Edging” that will be released this Friday, October 14.

Avril Lavigne drops seventh studio album Love Sux

Avril Lavigne released her newest album Love Sux Friday, three years after the release of Head Above Water, a sonically confessional tracklist that gave more insight into the singer’s personal life.

Album Review: Joey Purp – QUARTERTHING

By Nolan Simmons, Contributor [Self-Released; 2018] Rating: 7/10 Key Tracks: “Godbody – Pt. 2”, “Paint Thinner”, “Bag Talk” With the 2016 release of iiiDrops, Chicago-based rapper Joey Purp proved that he is no stranger to trying new things. Showcasing his ability to easily flow over left-of-center production with unique tracks like “Photobooth” and “Kids”, iiiDrops…