Tag: Alternative Rock

Beabadoobee’s album nods to the unique young adult experience

Photo courtesy of John, Flickr   Twenty-year-old Bea Kristi, more widely known as Beabadoobee, released her album, “Fake It Flowers,” on Oct. 16. Taking inspiration from 90’s alternative rock, the album features indie-rock influences with a unique spin that feels nostalgic and relatable.  As a young singer-songwriter, Kristi’s album feels […]

SWMRS sophomore album has more misses than hits

Photo courtesy of Nerdforhire, Wikipedia SWMRS’ sophomore album, “Berkley’s on Fire,” has was released after a three-year wait on Feb. 15. The native Oakland, California band released their debut album, “Drive North,” in 2016. However, following the 2016 release, the band had not put out a new single until they […]

American Authors new album a disjointed but fun listen

Photo courtesy of Drew De F Fawkes, Wikipedia American Authors are back with their third album “Seasons,” a fabulous blend of poppy-synth and alternative rock, and it works incredibly well for the makers of the “Best Day of My Life” hit. The variety of sounds can be disjointed at times […]

Sorority Noise revisits album with a new sound

Photo courtesy of Sorority Noise, Wikipedia To commemorate the one year anniversary of their 2017 album, the band Sorority Noise reimagined their songs with new instrumentals on their latest release “YNAAYT" or "You’re Not As _____ As You Think." Sorority Noise is an alternative rock group from Connecticut, affectionately known for […]

Wombats release fun album for genre newcomers

Photo courtesy of E. Birkedal, Wikipedia The Wombats released their fourth album, “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life” on Friday,  The Wombats are well known for such songs as “Vampires & Wolves,” “Jump into the Fog,” “Let’s Dance to Joy Division,” and “Your Body is a Weapon.” In 2007 and 2011, […]

MKTO and New Politics Headline 2015 Spring Concert

Photo by Steve Fallon The Bradley Center was transformed into a music venue on Saturday, as hundreds of students and outside attendees filled the gym to take in the largest event on the College Programming Board’s calendar, the spring concert. This year was another full slate of talent, which featured […]