Album Reviews

“Dandelion” Is a Wonderfully Sad Album

April 26, 2022 Garet Wehs 0

“Dandelion,” the second full-length EP from indie rock band The Greeting Committee, comes three years after their debut and a few scattered EPs and singles. The most significant question mark for this project was whether […]

Arts & Living

“The Witch Queen” is Fantastic

March 22, 2022 Garet Wehs 0

“The Witch Queen” is the latest expansion released for “Destiny 2,” and many consider it the best expansion in the franchise’s history. While it may not have the overall significance or legacy to the series […]


Superpowereds is Nothing but Fun

March 8, 2022 Garet Wehs 0

There is very little ground left to cover or new ideas to explore in the superhero genre. Initially published in 2014, “Superpowereds: Year 1” does a lot with a relatively novel idea and setting. Drew […]

Album Reviews

Parnnoul Dreams of a Beautiful Future

March 1, 2022 Garet Wehs 0

Few albums embody the sentiment of music being a universal language, quite like “To See the Next Part of the Dream.” The second studio album from South Korean indie artist Paranoid predominantly operates  in lo-fi, […]