PTSD – Rod Wave

So far, there hasn’t been too many artists I’ve found in 2019 that I have thought to myself, “oh shit, they’re next”. I have found tons of artists with crazy good potential (hopefully interviewing and reviewing many of them soon) but no one like Rod Wave. This 19-year-old out of St. Petersburg is exactly that though. High skill and high potential. He has two other … Continue reading PTSD – Rod Wave

London Calling – The Clash

One week ago in music history, in the year 1979, The Clash released their third studio album London Calling. Their sound is built upon punk rock, but they do a little bit of exploring on this 19 track behemoth of an album. They dive headfirst into new genres like reggae, New Orleans R&B, and jazz with surprising ease. Great album, great group, let’s take a … Continue reading London Calling – The Clash

Pete’s Top 5 Albums of the Year

It’s been a fantastic year for music. Filled with comebacks, concept albums, and craziness. For  Colossus, it’s been our first full year of publishing content and I know I speak for everyone here saying that we are so thankful for the support you guys have shown us. We are really pumped to share some of the great things we have in the works here. For … Continue reading Pete’s Top 5 Albums of the Year

Drew’s Top Five of 2018

2018 was an interesting year in music. Everyone likes to complain about the new generation of music; how the music they listened to growing up was better, but I think it’s safe to say some of the rainbow-haired rookies these days are taking popular music in a different direction. I realized while working on this that I don’t listen to enough newer music, but a … Continue reading Drew’s Top Five of 2018

Classic Material’s Top 10 of 2018

Since these lists always go from 10 – 1 and everyone just jumps to the end I’m just gonna start with number 1 and work my way down. The Number One Spot: Nipsey Hussle – Victory Lap From the moment it begins with those beautiful, ominous female vocals this album is a flawless journey through Nipsey’s life and was well worth the wait of many … Continue reading Classic Material’s Top 10 of 2018

JMax Top 5 of 2018

What a rollercoaster this year has been, huh? Especially for music. 2018 was a lot of things for music. We lost some great artists, we lost some not-so-great artists. Regardless their deaths caused waves in the music scene. We were also given a huuuge amount of new content! 2018 was really all-in-all a great year for music for everyone (I think). Every genre was productive … Continue reading JMax Top 5 of 2018

Toys in the Attic – Aerosmith

I’ve been really dropping the ball lately, but I’m back again for another Flashback Friday. I was feeling a little homesick today, so I decided to review a group from back home. Known as “The Boston Bad Boys”, Aerosmith released their first album in 1973, and in 1975 they broke into the mainstream scene with their third album Toys in the Attic. Walk this way … Continue reading Toys in the Attic – Aerosmith