Spending Time with GODDAMNIT

Review by: Mister Substitute Picture this: you’re in Philadelphia, just picked up your cheesesteak, walking down the road and this bright yellow van pulls up alongside you. Out pop out four tattoo-wearing dudes all dressed in black and ask if you want to listen to some new music that is equal parts punk, post-hardcore and … Continue reading Spending Time with GODDAMNIT

The Music Shelf Holiday Review Roundup

Reviews before "Arose Such a Clatter, Letters to Santa" done by Gimpleg "Arose Such a Clatter, Letters to Santa" compilation reviews by JustSomeMustard, Gimpleg, and Mister Substitute. Corvair - I Believe in Christmas  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4s4MxEYjco Corvair really impresses with this Christmas song. The sleigh bells dancing in the background throughout the song let you know it … Continue reading The Music Shelf Holiday Review Roundup

The Music Shelf Review Roundup – December 2nd

Edward Rendon - Monster Truth be told, Mustard finds the concept of monsters fascinating. As a condiment never do you see monsters bum-rushing a grocery store during their terror. Following "Time" Rendon has returned with a suspenseful and fast-paced track that will rock your crew-cut socks off. The monster in this song is chasing after … Continue reading The Music Shelf Review Roundup – December 2nd

The Music Shelf Review Roundup

Lucifer’s Beard - The Guy with a Black Eye  https://open.spotify.com/track/3Lv7r0L94zPBDjLE0BAvWs?si=5FE0ca3oS0eyaidLhDaPFA Review by Mister Substitute Hailing from the UK, Lucifer’s Beard is a power-rock group that brings it and brings it hard. “The Guy with a Black Eye” is catchy on the surface, fueled by a rhythm section that doesn’t quit and keeps your foot tapping. … Continue reading The Music Shelf Review Roundup

Mustard’s Review Roundup: November 18th

"Blue" - Elisabeth Waters https://open.spotify.com/album/134IUDlanO1Jsqwes2aQ1j?si=NQUFajPMTMeljrekVHvvjg Mustard discovered Elisabeth Waters on TikTok about two years back. They were immediately captivated by Waters vocals and songwriting. This condiment has observed that some humans have very vocal opinions on Jazz. Some love it, others not so much. Mustard is in the camp of being a condiment that could … Continue reading Mustard’s Review Roundup: November 18th

Mustard’s Review Roundup: November 11th

Elon Mustard by Ketchup Chumps Ketchup Chumps was born out of one of Mustard’s tweets as you can see above. What followed was an four track EP inspired by Space X and new Twitter owner Elon Musk. While “Elon Mustard” is very much a joke EP it provides an excellent Midwest alternative sound and fascinating … Continue reading Mustard’s Review Roundup: November 11th

Alexa Cappelli Cuts Out Toxic Friendships on “Lose Lose”

Alexa Cappelli, who Mustard has had the pleasure of speaking with, has released an unforgettable and relatable single in “Lose Lose.” Leading up to the single Cappelli “leaked” snippets of the song to her dedicated fan base through social media platforms garnering over 125K views. While the situation in the story is a lose-lose, this … Continue reading Alexa Cappelli Cuts Out Toxic Friendships on “Lose Lose”

How to Tell Your Boss, a Bottle of Mustard, that You’ve Been Playing a Game they Tweeted About Instead of Writing Music Reviews

Image credit: Nintendo Written by: Mister Substitute We’ve all been there: your boss, a condiment of some sort, has been breathing down your neck about your work output. Whether it’s Mayonnaise and their legion of workers who have to separate egg yolks or Thousand Island who tries desperately to be “the cool boss” when in … Continue reading How to Tell Your Boss, a Bottle of Mustard, that You’ve Been Playing a Game they Tweeted About Instead of Writing Music Reviews