Boy, am I glad to be saying goodbye to 2017. What a shit year -- Tom Petty died, David Cassidy died, Chester Bennington died. There were hurricanes and fires and I'm pretty sure that Puerto Rico STILL doesn't have power. Also, Vine died this year. RIP VINE. The world as we knew it literally came… Continue reading Jen’s Top Ten’s: Favorite Songs of 2017
Movements' new album "Feel Something" is a deeply raw and personal album that quite literally makes me feel something. For this only being their debut full-length, I'm pretty impressed. Their EP "Outgrown Things" has lived in my car and traveled through many states with me, which has proven itself to be an EP perfect for a rainy… Continue reading Album Review: Feel Something by Movements
Day 10: A song that makes you sad https://open.spotify.com/track/2HQY0sXTrBJCuxqJxbeMWB Song I chose: "Cherry" by Moose Blood There's something about this song that always brings me down -- I think it's those first chords of the song mixed with Eddy Brewerton's somber voice. The tone of this song is honestly the only thing that brings me… Continue reading 30 Day Song Challenge: Day 10
When I first listen to a band, the vocalist is who I really pay attention to (as I’m sure it is for most other people too). They can make or break their entire sound. There have been plenty of artists where I didn’t like them simply because I just didn’t care for their voice. In today’s… Continue reading Jen’s Top Ten’s: My Favorite Vocalists of All Time
If you read any of my stuff, then you know that I love fast punk rock tempos, pop-influenced melodies, electric guitars, and “sick beats”. But sometimes, it’s nice to sit back and listen to something a little bit more mellow, with some songs being solely acoustic guitar. There’s something about the acoustic guitar that has… Continue reading Jen’s Top Tens: My Favorite Acoustic Songs of All Time
Hello and welcome to my new article, Jen’s Top Tens! Every couple of weeks I will be discussing my “top tens” of anything music related.