Reviews – Keepers Record Club


Review: WALK THE MOON Return From Hiatus with “What If Nothing”

Returning from its hiatus year long, WALK THE MOON has returned in 2017 with a new album: “What If Nothing.” The band’s third studio album, “What If Nothing” expounds upon the high energy alt pop/rock sound WALK THE MOON has established for itself. The album opens with the head bobbing track “Press Restart.” The song’s…

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5 Mood Records for Halloween

Well, it’s happened again. Halloween has come out of nowhere and you need something to listen to. Whether you want some records to get you in the mood, or just a soundtrack for Halloween night, these are five of our favorite (and not-so-obvious) spooky records that are sure to be give to get you in…

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Review: Hiss Golden Messenger New Album “Hallelujah Anyhow”

  “Hallelujah Anyhow” is the newest album release from artist Hiss Golden Messenger. The album features warm brass and heavy use of the piano and draws inspiration from classic rhythm & blues sounds. The album opens with “Jenny of the Roses.” The quick tempo of the piano gives the song a lighthearted sound while the…

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Review: Peach Pit releases debut album “Being so Normal”

  “Being so Normal” is the debut album of Canadian indie band Peach Pit. The band’s self-ascribed, “chewed bubblegum pop” sound appears on “Being so Normal” in the chill vocals and bright and prominent guitar. The album opens with “Drop the Guillotine” – a song with a long history for such a young band. Since…

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