Tag: Twenty One Pilots

Critical Voices: Twenty One Pilots, <i>Trench</i>

Critical Voices: Twenty One Pilots, Trench


It was never really “cool” to like Twenty One Pilots. Consisting of singer Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun, Twenty One Pilots has always been associated with wannabe edgy, cringe-worthy teens in ‘Skeleton Clique’ t-shirts that are still stuck swimming in a sea of their own hormones. However, with their newest album Trench (2018), Twenty…

Creativity in Crisis: Is it Really Alternative?

Creativity in Crisis: Is it Really Alternative?


Literally, the term “alternative” denotes something that departs from the norm, seeking creative and artistic divergence by uncovering unconventional sounds that provide listening ears with new options to tune into. As a genre, “alternative” refers to music descended from 1980’s “new wave,” loosely describing everything that is post-punk, experimental, or otherwise outside the mainstream. Unfortunately,…

Twenty One Pilots Takes 9:30

Twenty One Pilots Takes 9:30


In the middle of their set, lead singer of Twenty One Pilots Tyler Joseph said, “When you have the microphone you can do whatever you want,” and that’s exactly what the duo from Columbus, Ohio did on their second night at the 9:30 Club. Playing every song off of their latest album, Vessel, as well…

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