Nick Porcaro

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Wrestling and Mental Health: The Connection We Never Knew We Needed

Written by Kimmy Sokol Mental health more than ever has been the forefront of major headlines ever since the Covid-19 pandemic. Many people have come...

Roses & Rejections Podcast: The Bachelor Season 25 Preview

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3FwYNvcIzRkPmDuemSg0Ak?si=Hr8r_KLbQt2zAFaHy-5DcA You can listen to Pop Break's Roses and Rejections podcasts every Friday on the Pop Break TV stream on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor and Google Podcasts. Please give this...

Review: Enter Shikari, ‘Nothing is True & Everything is Possible’

Enter Shikari once released a T-shirt with the tagline “abusing music genres’ worthless boundaries since 2003”, and the band’s omnivorous tendencies are especially prevalent on its...

Review: Drake, ‘Scorpion’

Looks like Drake didn't get the memo. In a year where attention spans continue to dwindle, the hottest viral rap hits are under two...

Review: Kanye West, ‘ye’

Is there a more frustrating pop culture figure in 2018 than Kanye West? The once-visionary rapper/producer/designer continues to spiral off the deep end with nonsensical...

Enter Shikari Proves They’re Incapable of Playing A Bad Show

Pop Break Live: Enter Shikari at House of Independents in Asbury Park, NJ I've attended at least seven Enter Shikari shows and their performance at...

Enter Shikari Unveil New Sound, Stage Presence at Rough Trade

Pop Break Live: Enter Shikari at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY Enter Shikari took to the stage at Rough Trade NYC to promote its latest...

Review: Enter Shikari, ‘The Spark’

If there’s one thing fans of Enter Shikari should expect by now, it’s that the British rock quartet refuses to repeat itself. And yet...

Periphery, SikTH, Chon, and Toothgrinder at Irving Plaza

Words and Photos by Nick Porcaro Four bands with varying degrees of heaviness managed to keep it together for a night of forward-thinking progressive metal,...

Album Review: Drake, ‘Views’

It may be lonely at the top, but Drake makes success sound downright unbearable on Views. A somber trek through the mind of music’s...

Album Review: Lucius, ‘Good Grief’

By Nick Porcaro The Brooklyn indie pop quintet Lucius operates on a number of peculiarities—from forgoing a traditional drumset to trading instruments at a moment's...

Album Review: Kanye West, ‘The Life of Pablo’

Note: I will not be discussing any of the songs following “Wolves”, as Kanye himself labeled them bonus tracks at the end of “30...

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