The Best Metal of March

There's so much good metal. What else is there to do but write about it? Mare Cognitum & Spectral Lore – Wanderers: Astrology of the Nine

Colin Presents: The Best Artists of the Decade

20. Why Don't We Boy bands return en masse in 2010s. But these boys brought .... “something different.” 19. Pusha...

Peach Pit- “Feelin’ Low”

On November 1st Peach Pit released the single "Feelin Low" from their anticipated album F*ckBoy Blues. I'll admit, these breeches of mine are turning into dancey PANTS. In 2017, when fresh indie-pop acts such...

WITCHES IN THE DREAM-HOUSE

A Short Story by Caleb Nyberg He blew down across the sea on a cold and unkind wind and met at her request on the dark shore. He answered...

Letters to The Dead. Fanart and The Grateful Dead.

c. claire kelley // Qualitative Research // Michigan Sociological Association // 2017 Introduction From Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters, to Acid Tests and Rainbow Family Gatherings, many...

‘Moz’, how Morrissey became a symbol of resistance for Latino transcultural fandom in North...

c. claire kelley// Preview // Michigan Sociological Association // 2019 Introduction             Morrissey, the lead-singer of the rock band The Smiths, has become an...

I’ve Heard It: Hot Chip – A Bath Full of Ecstasy

Hot Chip has always verged dangerously close to self-parody. They've never given up on their slinky, uncool version of electronic music with big portions of unironic sentimentality and dashes of plain old silliness. But...

Presenting the 2019 Summertime Blocland Bangerz sponsored by Walgreens

Imagine. It's the future. The year 2069. You're a great grandparent, and gathered around you is your brood of grandchildren, gazing admiringly up at you.

The War On Drugs: Future Weather Review (ft. Ricky)

This is a featured review by blogfan Ricky. The views therein are not those of Lem, but honestly I can't find anything to disagree with.

Have we lost our boys?

Back in the halcyon days of 2017, Why Don't We came crashing into Blocland HQ like a wrecking ball with "Something Different," a perfect pop song with a legendary Today Show performance to go...