Day 3 of the Best Of 2013 lists brings the writers here at HST… to music. What songs had you singing along this past year?Read more "HST… Best Music of 2013"
Another year, another mixtape! 2013 was another great year in music, and below are just twenty tracks that I believe made this year enjoyable.Read more "The HST Mixtape of 2013"
Fall Out Boy comes out of hiding to release Save Rock and Roll, their highly anticipated fifth full length that doesn’t fall flat when it comes to being catchy.Read more "Music Review: Fall Out Boy’s ‘Save Rock And Roll’"
Alright, confession time. From time to time, I still listen to the Chicago-based emo pop-punk band Fall Out Boy. Whenever their break-out song “Sugar, We’re Going Down” comes up on my iPod, I never skip it, but sing along to the incredibly catchy chorus instead. Ever since then, Fall Out Boy became headliners, performing for […]Read more "Review of Patrick Stump’s “Soul Punk”"
Have you ever listened to a friend talk about what “great new music” they have been listening to? That topic is usually followed up by saying that “They knew them first.” As annoying as that is, we all do it in our most subtle ways (like saying that “I love Three-Oh-H” instead of saying “I […]Read more "Artists You Should Know Before Your Friends Do 2011"
We are now halfway through the year, and I must say, it has been slow. There have been some great albums, but lots of weeks where there has been little to no new music to enjoy. But one like myself, can only wish of some new things to come. This is just a list of […]Read more "A Music Wishlist for 2011+"
Baltimore pop-punk quartet All Time Low has been through a lot since their creation in 2003. Their first single on Hopeless Records, “Coffee Shop Soundtrack,” was poised to bring them up to the prime time punk scene, where was already being dominated by bands like Fall Out Boy and ATL’s inspiration, blink-182. It didn’t break […]Read more "Review of All Time Low’s “Dirty Work”"