Jonas Brothers – The Album

It truly doesn’t feel like it’s been a full four years since the release of the Jonas Brothers’ 2019 comeback album Happiness Begins, with quite a few one-off singles, collaborations, a 2021 tour and a solo album from Nick in the interim. That attitude of not really committing to anything concrete or wide-reaching might make … Continue reading Jonas Brothers – The Album



Signing to the legendary Fueled By Ramen record label and building up a sizable presence on TikTok, everything is aligning for genre-bending and experimental pop-punk outfit Waterparks. Not only, of course, are the general public’s tastes not only welcoming back the style at their core, but they’re also becoming increasingly open to hyperpop-style blasts of … Continue reading Waterparks – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Louis Tomlinson – Faith In The Future

While one of his former bandmates becomes one of the world’s biggest artists, another gears up to drop his third album after some consistently moderate success and two more dramatically nosedive after scoring top 10 hits, the most unique post-OneDirection career trajectory yet has been Louis Tomlinson’s, who started out slow and has been steadily … Continue reading Louis Tomlinson – Faith In The Future

The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language

After one of the most polarizing, provocative and sometimes pretentious bands somehow released a couple of its greatest works back-to-back after expanding the tracklist and letting frontman Matt Healy’s cluttered mind roam wherever it wanted to, it seems The 1975 have reversed course with their latest. Standing at only 11 tracks in length, that mind … Continue reading The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language