Vinyl Theatre – Chromatic EP

Vinyl Theatre released their new EP, aptly-titled Chromatic. Hailing from Milwaukee, their sound involves indie rock laced with funky synth lines resulting in a colourful, vibrant sound. Their songs feature a variety of flavours, and I could clearly hear some influence from Two Door Cinema Club (whom I love). With drums pulsating, guitar solos shining and killer sing-along choruses, this is a really fun and upbeat record, my favourite kind!

Listen to Breaking Up My Bones here:

Their EP is available on iTunes.

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Review: Broken Bells – After the Disco

I’ve always liked the disco genre as well as indie rock. So it comes as no surprise that I love Broken Bells’ new album, After the Disco, which is a combination of the two. After the Disco features traditional rock elements, with synth-laden melodies throughout. Continue reading

Grieves – Shreds

Seattle-based rapper Grieves has released a new song off his upcoming album Winter and the Wolves, called Shreds. Featuring his familiar brand of emotive lyrics and delivery, combined with sublime production Grieves really delivers with this track and I can’t wait to hear the rest of his new album.

Winter and the Wolves will be released on the 25th of March. You can preorder it from iTunes here.

Bipolar Sunshine – Where Did the Love Go?

Want something new to sing along to? Or perhaps something to listen to on the drive home from work? Or just something new for your ears to feast on? Look no further than Bipolar Sunshine’s new single Where Did The Love Go. With his calming piano chords and silky smooth voice, Bipolar Sunshine creates a hit that’s sure to make you feel a little warmer inside on a cold day.

The Districts – The Districts EP

Philadelphia indie rockers The Districts have released a self-titled EP under Fat Possum records, which signed them in late 2013. It features remastered versions of Lyla, Funeral Beds and Long Distance, songs from their 2012 album, Telephone, as well as two new songs, Rocking Chair and Stay Open. Continue reading

Community: “Analysis of Cork-Based Networking” Review

Community returned back to earth somewhat in this week’s episode, Analysis of Cork-Based Networking. It featured our beloved study group as the ‘Save Greendale Committee’, with a new addition, Benjamin Chang as they tackle a few of Greendale’s emergencies. Continue reading