Review by: JustSomeMustard Following Pluto Pop (EP) and Ramona's EP Cozyinn has released their debut LP: I Think You're a Ghost. Mustard is curious about Cozyinn's declaration. What has been done for them to proclaim that you - are a ghost. Is it something said? Or was it an action, or lack thereof? Or - … Continue reading Review: “I Think You’re A Ghost” by Cozyinn
Stop the Presses, Got it?!
Review by: Mister Substitute If you’re familiar with my other articles and reviews (or just me in general), I think a lot in metaphors. Stop the Presses released their latest album, “Got it” about a week ago and Mustard asked me to write this review the day it came out and I agreed to and … Continue reading Stop the Presses, Got it?!
Album Review: “Womb” by Kate Brunotts
With the news of the United States Supreme Court, shockingly, overturning “Roe vs Wade” and removing human rights Kate Brunotts newest album “Womb” comes out at a perfect time. It is unfortunate to say this though as disallowing human women the freedom to choose what they can do with their own bodies breaks this condiment’s … Continue reading Album Review: “Womb” by Kate Brunotts
A Noir to Remember with By Torchlight
Review by: Mr. Substitute Hearing something new is always a fascinating experience; the way your brain does this dance of receiving the new information and then registers it as something enjoyable. That’s very much what my brain did with By Torchlight’s latest album “A Night to Remember.” Get this: Rock Noir. Equal parts rock opera … Continue reading A Noir to Remember with By Torchlight
Exploring the Absurd and the Obscene with Dissonant Dessert
Review by: Mr. Substitute The words “desert” and “dessert” are words that commonly get mistakenly interchanged or even confused, which is ironic because they are essentially entirely opposite things: one is hot, large and dry while the other is cold, small and well, not usually dry. Dissonant Dessert’s latest album “Absurd, Obscene!” is the Ice … Continue reading Exploring the Absurd and the Obscene with Dissonant Dessert
Album Review: “Hannah Strumner” by Hannah Strumner
Hannah Strumner was gracious enough to allow Mustard an early preview of their upcoming self-titled debut album "Hannah Strumner." Mustard had the pleasure of speaking with Hannah recently where we discussed this album along with their inspirations, influences, and so much more. "Hannah Strumner" is available now on all streaming platforms! You can also find … Continue reading Album Review: “Hannah Strumner” by Hannah Strumner
Going “Places” with Simple Minded Symphony
Review by Mr. Substitute I distinctly remember at one point in my life answering the question “What kind of music do you like?” with “Anything with good lyrics, and ska.” Now I think that is so funny because they don’t have to be mutually exclusive! Exhibit A: Simple Minded Symphony. For me, if horns are … Continue reading Going “Places” with Simple Minded Symphony
Album Review: “Minions: The Rise of Gru (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Mustard saw this tweet from Flying Racoon Suit and it piqued their condiment curiosity. If you are not on social media platform Twitter, consider signing up for Flying Raccoon Suit's tweets alone. Nonetheless, before Mustard dives into their review of the Minions: Rise of Gru soundtrack they recommend before or after reading this to go … Continue reading Album Review: “Minions: The Rise of Gru (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)