Rickkert Reviews: Hot Milk-I Just Wanna Know What Happens When I’m Dead

Hot Milk are one of those bands that have taken the scene by storm, unfortunately for a long time the band had only one Ep and a handful of singles behind their name. Leaving me, and I guess many more craving more from the UK band and with “I Just Wanna Know What Happens When … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: Hot Milk-I Just Wanna Know What Happens When I’m Dead

Rickkert Reviews: Trash Boat- Don’t You Feel Amazing

After two heavy pop punk albums, Trash Boat has changed things up by going into a dark alternative rock direction. let’s see if this new direction pays- off for the band. Starting of with the tones of “Don’t you Feel Amazing?” which have a psychedelic feel to it and lyrically describes a drug trip the … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: Trash Boat- Don’t You Feel Amazing

Rickkert Reviews- Nora Marks – Opt Out

After two lo-fi Eps Chicago rockers “Nora Marks” have release their first professional full length “Opt Out” but does the album still capture their energetic Diy roots or has the band evolved to something new? On “Opt Out” the band takes on the increasing digitalization of our world and the toll it can take on … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews- Nora Marks – Opt Out

Rickkert Reviews: As December Falls-Happier.

As already proofed by acts such as “Mod Sun” “Willow” and every other band in the current Nu-Punk wave, Pop punk and myspace culture are back (should I dye my hair green again?)  With a slew of artist discovering and experimenting with 2000 rock inspired sounds, one band jumped out for me “As December Falls” … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: As December Falls-Happier.

Rickkert Reviews: Aim High-Local Band Forever

A full studio album is a big milestone for any band, but the energetic pop punks of “Aim high” decided to take things to the next level and make theirs a celebration of the scene. Starting of with an introduction by the one and only Charlie Sheen, the album immediately sets its tone for the … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: Aim High-Local Band Forever

Rickkert Reviews: A Place In Time- Gloomy Heirlooms

I have been keeping an eye on “A Place in Time” since they were featured on “5 bands to check out” and the pop punk four-piece finally put out new material in the form of their latest Ep “Gloomy Heirlooms” Title track “Gloomy Heirlooms” sets its sides on social live in the digital age and … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: A Place In Time- Gloomy Heirlooms

Rickkert Reviews: Take The Name- For What It’s Worth

Take The Name is a band I just recently discovered through their cover of an All Time Low song, and shortly after the band released their second Ep, so let’s see how I like it. Opening track “You Broke Me” slowly reels you into the album, with electronic tones and heavy guitars, combined with powerful … Continue reading Rickkert Reviews: Take The Name- For What It’s Worth