Tag: Caleb Ortiz

of Montreal's 'UR FUN' Album Review

of Montreal has always been a strange band. Frontman, Kevin Barnes’ willingness to venture into different genres and experimentation with exotic sounds has always been an important charm to the band and a means of excitement to see how the band will evolve with new records.

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Alexandra Savior's 'The Archer' Album Review

Alexandra Savior’s sophomore album, The Archer, presents dark psychedelic songs with some lighter, softer tracks that can conjure a numerous amount of Lana Del Rey comparisons, and shows how she has evolved as a singer and a songwriter.

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Best Albums of 2019

2019 is officially in the books and Con Safos Magazine enters its third year. With interviews and coverage of artists around the globe without borders, we thought it was time Con Safos made its first “Best of” list, and one that showed our music taste and focus on giving artists of every nation, genre, style, and sound some time in the spotlight.

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PUP’s ‘Morbid Stuff’ Album Review

Canadian emo/pop-punk band, PUP, have released their third full length album titled Morbid Stuff, a title that more than describes this album as a whole. Within the opening moments of the album, PUP delivers a lyrically angst filled with ridiculously dark and somewhat humorous situations the protagonist gets involved in.

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Pilots of Venus, ‘Lady Astronaut’ Album Review

It’s finally here. After so much anticipation in their hometown, and a impressive sold out album release show at the Lowbrow Palace in El Paso, Texas, Pilots of Venus have released their debut album entitled Lady Astronaut.  This is an impressive debut LP. Right from the opening seconds, Pilots of Venus essentially stomp as hard as possible on the gas and embark in break-neck speed trip through 90’s inspired alternative rock. Taking cues from Pixies, Nirvana, and punk rock in general, this nine-track list is incredibly astonishing as well as nostalgic in a sense.

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