Reviews

Immortal Are as Delightfully Evil as Ever on Northern Chaos Gods (Consequence of Sound)

Review: Griselda continue to breathe life into NY mafioso rap with Westside Gunn's Supreme Blientele (The 405)

Review: Kazuashita marks a triumphant return from Gang Gang Dance (The 405)

Review: EVERYTHING IS LOVE reaffirms Jay-Z and Beyoncé's union without beating a dead horse (The 405) 

Review: Uniform and The Body's collaboration album aims to terrify but falls short (The 405)

Review: Agnes Obel's contribution to the Late Night Tales series is rich in talent and diversity (The 405)

Review: Kyle Bobby Dunn's split LP with Wayne Robert Thomas can be trying, but offers rewards for the patient (The 405)

Review: DRINKS' second album reunites Cate Le Bon and Tim Presley but fails to re-capture the magic of their debut (The 405)

Review: Speedy Ortiz get political and personal on their strong third album (The 405)

Review: The consistent, but never dull Wye Oak deliver a strong statement on their latest album (The 405)

Review: I'll Be Your Girl is a palatable but rarely involving Decemberists album (The 405)

Review: The Men's latest album might solidify them as jacks of all trades, masters of none (The 405)

Review: Superchunk fire on all cylinders with the politically charged What a Time to Be Alive (The 405) 

Review: Django Django take a turn for the poppier on their best album yet, Marble Skies (The 405)

Review: Prurient takes his time across the drawn-out, dark Rainbow Mirror (The 405) 

Review: Jaako Eino Kalevi & Long-Sam regroup as Man Duo, combining their tasteful techno production skills into delightful new album Orbit (The 405) 

Review: Laurel Halo has morphed all of her quirky and creative signature elements into her most joyful and complete album to date; Dust (The 405)

Review: Beach Fossils allow a little sunshine to creep into their evocatively overcast dreampop on their strongest album yet, Somersault (The 405)

Interviews

A conversation with Soho Rezanejad: "Recording under one’s own name is a great responsibility." (The 405) 

A conversation with Duckwrth: "I’m just creating a safe space for a bro to be like 'Yo, I got emotions, man.'" (The 405)

The 405 meets BLXPLTN (The 405)

A conversation with Henry Jamison: "I think everyone can find some pure expression of themselves." (The 405)

A conversation with Tusks: "I kind of get lost in the writing and the production." (The 405)

Articles

Jewelry and clothing designer Da’Mon Butler’s unconventional creations are gaining attention (Cincinnati CityBeat)

Alums’ band has played nationwide (The Northerner)

Technology changing the future of music (The Northerner)

Editorials

Editorial - Apu, The Simpsons and a TV record, but is the show still relevant? (The 405)

Content Writing

Travel Tips: Car Rental In Italy (ItaliaKids)

Car Rental Collision Damage Waiver Credit Card Coverage (ItaliaKids)

Music Blog

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Brody Kenny is a writer who specializes in covering stories related to arts and culture. He is also interested in writing stories on topics such as technology and politics. He has written album and live show reviews as well as profiles of unique individuals. His work has appeared in publications such as The 405, Consequence of SoundCincinnati CityBeat, and Northern Kentucky University's student newspaper,  The Northerner.

 
 

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