Sophomore LP barrels through existential dread with blaring, distorted noise, as if shouting into the void.
Articles by Sheldon Pearce
Hard to believe we’ve been reaching out and touching faith for 25 years.
Sheldon Pearce takes a mental jog through Baltimore with the city’s finest producer.
In anticipation of the group’s Kickstarter-funded fifth album, a celebration of their best one.
Revisiting the albums upon which one of hip-hop’s mightiest empires was built.
Few rock albums are more celebrated than IV, and with good reason: It’s Led Zeppelin at their most ambitious.
Every genre’s entitled to one good scare.
Thom Yorke, Erykah Badu, Kendrick Lamar — they’re all on speed dial.
Attn. Students: Georgia Regents University is offering a ridiculously cool course.
It’s really all good.
An album that preserves the “real” rap that purists fawn over.
This album’s a warning — and hopefully not a eulogy.