Confessions of a Small Town Disc Jockey

Written by: Mr. Substitute Remember this album? It was Reel Big Fish’s sort of claim-to-fame album because it had their big songs at the time–Sell Out, Trendy, Beer, just to name a few. But for me it was always the title that just grabbed me by the collar, just like the album art suggests because … Continue reading Confessions of a Small Town Disc Jockey

Song Review: “Death and Taxes” by Dylan Perkins

listen here Mustard has observed that two things are inevitable for humans: death and taxes. While these two subjects are frowned upon by humans, understandably, there is shared interest. Dylan Perkins contemplates life and in fact, welcomes, their end on the first verse of the song. What would be considered morbid and unsettling is offset … Continue reading Song Review: “Death and Taxes” by Dylan Perkins

EP Review: “3 Awkward Raps” by 3 AM

Officially out August 6th Mustard was graciously granted an opportunity to listen to 3 AM's next outing an EP known titled "3 Awkward Raps." For those who may not know, Mustard considers themselves a hip-hop bottle cap. Growing up as a young condiment they were inspired and influenced by independent artists from the Strange Famous … Continue reading EP Review: “3 Awkward Raps” by 3 AM

Abigail Neilson Ignites The Flame on “Burn It Down”

Abigail Neilson has never been an artist to hold-back. Throughout her discography you can follow the thread, weaved with exception storytelling, that eventually catches flame on their newest single "Burn It Down." Neilson explained in her interview with Mustard that this song was written "unexpectedly about two weeks" before they went to Nashville. Storytelling remains … Continue reading Abigail Neilson Ignites The Flame on “Burn It Down”