Jonathan Young: “Final Frontier” Music Review

Singer and musician Jonathan Young released the music video for “Final Frontier” a song from his new album Starship Velociraptor. He performs the song with the band Galactikraken, “the Best Band in the Universe” and “NOT just Jonathan Young pretending to be several aliens from the future.” Young once again delivers, bringing us a rock…

Jonathan Young: “Jetpack Race” Music Review

Singer and musician Jonathan Young released his brand new single “Jetpack Race” ahead of his new album Starship Velociraptor. He performs the song with the band Galactikraken, “the Best Band in the Universe” and “NOT just Jonathan Young pretending to be several aliens from the future.” First off, I got to mention the music video,…

Lindsey Stirling: “Lose You Now” Music Review

Lindsey Stirling drops a new single “Lose You Now” featuring the singer Mako. With Lindsey Stirling’s brilliant musical talent and Mako’s good singing voice, they make a pretty good team. The song has some enduring lyrics about remembering a lost loved one. Despite them being gone, they still exist inside our hearts and minds. I…

Skillet: ‘Dead Man Walking’ Music Review

Skillet is back in the spotlight with their new rock song “Dead Man Walking” from their album Victorious (The Aftermath), which was released through Atlantic Records. There is one thing that no one can deny about Skillet, they do some excellent guitar work. This song is no exception. They can play any song into its…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: august

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “August” a song about romance at the end of summer. Like “cardigan,” the song discusses having a romantic time only for it to come and go, a common theme in Swift’s music. I…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: cardigan

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “cardigan” a song written by Swift and Aaron Dessner. The song is about being young and learning about romance. It is a subject that Swift broaches often and this one did feel…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Forgotten City From RiME

Lindsey Stirling is one of my all time favorite music artist. She has such amazing talent, with incredible songs like The Arena and Love’s Just A Feeling featuring Rooty. She released her new album Brave Enough this year. It features the inspiring song Lost Girls. For music week, her new song Forgotten City for the adventure game RiME is in the spotlight.…

Music Review- Boyce Avenue: Cinderella

I have reviewed their cover of Sky Full Of Stars (by Coldplay) and their song Be Somebody, but Cinderella is a great inspiring song from Boyce Avenue. From their album, Road Less Traveled, this song speaks of following your dreams even when it seems like they are gone. It is an uplifting and encouraging soft…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: The Arena

I believe the last Lindsey Stirling review I did, minus a few of her collaborations was We Are Giants, which also featured lyrics sung by Dia Frampton. The Arena is the first music video released from her new album Brave Enough. This is one of her best instrumental songs yet. Her unique violin sound combined…

Music Review- Keith Urban: Wasted Time

Country and Southern Rock star Keith Urban debuts a new music video for Wasted Time from his new album Ripcord. The song also appeared as a single prior to the album’s release.  The song is a celebration of good times. It reminds us of taking risks and doing things that you enjoy. Though it gets a…

Music Review- New Romantics

Hot off the heels of her multi-platinum album 1989 world tour, which includes Out of the Woods, Style, and Wildest Dreams comes a new music video to thank her fans in the form of New Romantics. The song is book ended with Taylor Swift thanking her fans, praising her team, and talking about how great…