Album Review: METZ, “Strange Peace”


by Julian Hernandez METZ is a three-piece band from Toronto that’s known for its unapologetic attack on your senses. With their second album, II, METZ delivered reverb-heavy, post-punk tracks that varied in pace, but… Continue reading

Podcast: LOOP Week 1


COTMA has been dreaming of some changes. Here is the first one: Keegan Kelly and Jake Epley’s new podcast, LOOP, which gives you the underground music that they love. It is our honor… Continue reading

Album Review: Ariel Pink, “Dedicated to Bobby Jameson”


by Julian Hernandez Bobby Jameson was a singer and songwriter in the early 1960’s who found some initial success. Jameson recorded various singles under his name and even managed to open up for… Continue reading

Single Review: Lorde’s “Homemade Dynamite Remix”


Lorde’s new single is a “true work of modern poetry.”

Live Review: Manchester Orchestra


Manchester Orchestra came to Phoenix on tour for their new album.

End Credits Have a Happy Birthday at the Trunk Space


The End Credits album release party was a bright occasion.

Album Review: Alvvays, “Antisocialites”


Alvvays release their sophomore album in a crash of post-breakup sadness and energy.

Album Review: Lil Uzi Vert, “Luv Is Rage 2”


Finally Lil Uzi Vert has released the sequel to his “Luv Is Rage” album. How does it stack up?

Album Review: Joseph Shabason, “Aytche”


Julian Hernandez looks at not only the album “Aytche” but also the future of the saxophone.

Album Review: PVRIS, “All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell”


Ellena Whitfield goes over what has changed in the sound of PVRIS on their latest album.

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