Covers: An Overview of Approaches for Reimagining Pop Music

By Jonah Krueger, News Editor So, you want to cover a song? Wonderful! Let us start by congratulating you for making this tremendous decision and reinforce how excited we are that you chose us™ to help you along this rewarding journey. Legally, we are required to inform you of the potential risks involved with covering…

Q&A: Harlot

By Taylor Linzinmeir, Contributor [Photo by Harley Wince] Q&A with vocalist Bret Anderson, drummer Kenny Sevier and bassist TJ Tumblinson of Cincinnati alt-pop trio and Skyline Chili lovers, Harlot.  Tell me the brief history of the band. How did you guys get started? Bret: I went to Hocking College and met our drummer Kenny there, and…

Album Review: Regina Spektor – Remember Us to Life

By Sam Tornow, Editorial Director [Sire; 2016] Rating: 7/10 Key Tracks: “Bleeding Heart,” “Older and Taller,” “Small Bill$” If eccentricity in pop music, a genre overrun with 4/4 time signatures and elementary storytelling, is a breath of fresh air, then Regina Spektor is the first 50-degree day after a long winter. After gaining a huge fanbase following…