Category Archives: Consume Music

The Everymen

By | June 10, 2015

I just got back from watching War on Drugs perform at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA – without a doubt they straight up killed it. The Everymen, a NJ band that I never heard before, was the opening act. The Everymen can best be described as a mix of rock, some punk, and a bit of ska –… Read More »

Modest Mouse – Strangers to Ourselves review

By | May 17, 2015

Before I say anything about Strangers to Ourselves, I have to preface by saying that I listened to this album no less than 25 times over the course of several weeks.  I paid attention.  I listened.  I re-listened.  My assertions are not without a great deal of introspection, checking and rechecking.  Enjoy and thank you… Read More »

“I Luv You, HB” Demos

By | March 23, 2015

Since the day I first heard the pounding drums and nearly perfect guitar intro of Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings, I have been craving more Father John Misty.  Fear Fun, the 2012 release from Josh Tillman’s drug-fueled alter ego, was in heavy rotation for months after its release, then before this tour stop at Pittsburgh’s Mr.… Read More »

Silversun Pickups Pikul Reissue

By | March 2, 2015

Full disclosure: I love Silversun Pickups. Further disclosure: I did not like Neck of the Woods. Their third long player, which released on Dangerbird March of 2012 was … well… scary. It always sounded like the soundtrack to a horror movie rather than a fully developed, turd-free SSPUs album I’ve come to expect. I’m not… Read More »