All posts by Ryan Pangilinan

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Thrice – Beggars Album Review

I find that Thrice is one of the few bands that people from across all walks of life can generally agree on. Though the band began their recorded career as a mishmash of tech metal leads and screamo-esque leanings, they have explored the larger spectrum of creativity, oftentimes citing Radiohead as a major influence for...Read...
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Owl City – Ocean Eyes Album Review

Over six years after the Postal Service’s debut, the music produced by Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello is still influencing new jacks like Adam Young, who takes the stage name Owl City. Owl City’s been there, done that album, Ocean Eyes, rips several pages off from Gibbard’s illustrious career as one of indie rock’s most...Read...
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Living With Lions – Make Your Mark Album Review

Part of the current ’90s pop-punk revivalist scene, Vancouver, BC’s Living with Lions joins the ranks of bands like Fireworks, This Time Next Year, First to Leave and Broadway Calls in recalling the halcyon days of Fat Wreck bands. Picking up where their Vancity brethren Daggermouth left off, Living with Lions plays an easily digestible...Read...