While peers like Taking Back Sunday and Anti-Flag are riding the nostalgia factor, touring on the merit of their classic albums having anniversaries, Rise Against are selling tickets off their new material, the bulk of which brings a decisively more radical message than most of younger, more vapid apolitical punk rock with a significant fanbase. They’re giving voices to those enduring emotional abuse and taking down child hostages in one fell swoop. Continue reading
As she grows older, Willow Smith is becoming more in tune with what makes songs click. “Easy Easy” is no exception. Continue reading
With a sanded-down backing beat and Dienel’s scattered harmonies, Perry’s lyrics float around with the sort of grace we wish the shouting teenagers in the car passing us had. Continue reading
Leave it to Warpaint to sit a Bowie song in both heaven and hell. Continue reading
I’m Alex Cahiz, an Intern here at The Weekly Dig and I also run the Radiohead Fan Tumblr.
Today Radiohead‘s latest album was released a day early after a 4 year hiatus and a surprise announcement on Monday the 14th.
Today I’ve downloaded the album and will be giving you a play-by-play account of the album as I listen to it song by song: