Author: keaton

lauren has no power! (But now I do!)

Posted September 15, 2008 by keaton in Uncategorized / 3 Comments

due to some crazy wind knocking out her colleges power supply, lauren will be temporarily MIA, but fret not, as soon as its fixed shell be right back on here, blogging away. **Thanks Keaton! I texted her this morning to let her know that the power was STILL out (went off about 1 p.m. yesterday) […]

Review: Hot Hot Heat- Happiness Ltd.

Posted September 13, 2007 by keaton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

Hot Hot Heat’s 4th release, Happiness Ltd, holds up the band’s indie/alt-pop, emphasis on the pop, reputation, but with a new twist. Steve Bays’ distinctive vocals, mmixed with the bands twangy guitar riffs, and piano laced melodies, bring a hint of melancholy and nostalgia to my ears, much like Elevator, only this time around they […]

Review: All Time Low- So Wrong It’s Right

Posted September 13, 2007 by keaton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

All Time Low’s highly anticipated debut full length album, So Wrong It’s Right opens all over the place, and out of control with How We Do, but by the second track, the instrumentals reorder themselves into place. Gaskarth proves that he can bring indiviuality to vocals that previously sounded just like every other band on […]

Review: The City’s Finest

Posted August 6, 2007 by keaton in Uncategorized / 1 Comment

Their E.P. titled Its a Physical Addiction is made up of songs that definitely cover the more theatrical side of music. The second track Operetta VII has a Nightmare before Christmas feel in the beginning and at various other moments throughout the song.Their last song called What’s to Keep Me from Keeping You? starts out […]