Jason Romagni

impressions and stuff



Ranking blink-182 Albums

I'm still not sure what I want to do with this blog in 2019.  While I miss the experience of blogging and enjoy the excuse to listen to a plethora of new albums, managing this thing is a lot of... Continue Reading →

I Only Listen to “I Only Listen to the Mountain Goats”

You know, sometimes I feel bad for responding so late to cultural phenomenon.  But then I remember that in order to go "viral" it has to have something like 5 million views in a week, which still means most people... Continue Reading →

Ranking Taylor Swift’s Albums

Should I get back on the horse?  I'm undecided, but I do miss having this thing current and active.  I'm currently going back to school and am unsure about how much time I'd have to devote to this (certainly not... Continue Reading →

Yusuf – The Laughing Apple (2017)

Context - driving to a rehearsal dinner This week I have apparently lost all control over my life.  This is a bummer. Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam, apparently now just Yusuf) still sounds like you'd expect him to, which is impressive... Continue Reading →

Fink – Resurgam (2017)

context - writing about Riot Fest This album is some pretty weird folk-influenced something or another.  But I can't get over wondering why someone would want to name themselves fink.  I've spent most of my adult life telling my wife... Continue Reading →

VNV Nation – Transnational (2013)

Context - grocery shopping Now is not the time for blogging.  But I wanted to let you know I'm going to try to listen to a bunch on industrial music and it's ilk.  This wasn't the best way to come... Continue Reading →

GQ – Kendrick Lamar Meets Rick Rubin and They Have an Epic Conversation (2016)

Context - Wishing my three day weekend was longer This is a bit of a cheat since it's not really an album. Ok it's 100% a cheat because it's definitely not an album.  But it is an almost hour long... Continue Reading →

Seatbelts – Cowboy Bebop (1998)

Context - hanging with my brohemes This jazzy kung fu soundtrack is rad as fuck but this post needs to be as short as my Coheed and Cambria post because I did not budget my time well.

The Six Parts Seven – Everywhere, and Right Here (2004)

Context - I don't even remember More post-rock that doesn't suck but is ultimately forgettable as I listened to this album at work in the morning and by the evening I ran out of things to say  by about here... Continue Reading →

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