New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “Sorry for Now” – Linkin Park Sera Akdogan: Wow . . . is this really Linkin Park? This is pretty soft for the LP I used to know and love as an angsty teenager. Their new song sounds like sticky-sweet pop mixed with […]

Album Reviews

Humanz – Gorillaz Review by Neil MacAlister It’s been six long years since we last heard from Gorillaz, and the lack of a genre-defying cartoon band has left a noticeable void. In the wake of increasingly volatile political climates in both the US and the UK, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett decided to reunite Gorillaz to […]

New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “Malibu” – Miley Cyrus Sera Akdogan: Wow, she has come a long way since her foam finger degradation days. I really like this song and the new, new Miley. Neil MacAlister: Miley gave up ripping off black music for this? Generic, sad pop […]

New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday “Try Again – Jim Eno Sessions” – Rag’n’Bone Man   Edna Batengas: It’s a rather unique and interesting sample of the late Aaliyah’s song. Good attempt, but let’s just say that Aaliyah did it better.   Neil MacAlister: I’ve never really understood all […]

New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “HUMBLE.” – Kendrick Lamar Neil MacAlister: This beat feels like getting punched in the face by a freight train. This might be the most contemporary Kendrick has sounded. He’s pulling no punches, he’s here to blow your mind and your speakers. […]

New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “The Heart Part 4” – Kendrick Lamar Neil MacAlister: I don’t even know where to begin, this is just too dope. The beat switches. The flow changeups. The takedown of Big Sean, who was getting far too big for his boots. […]

New Music Friday

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “Firebird” – Milky Chance Neil MacAlister: Kinda forgot these guys existed. Milky Chance has always had an interesting approach to their instrumentation, and this is already better than most of the songs on Sadnecessary. Dana Foth: In this song, the artists […]

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