Colbie Caillat

Songwriters Wrote An Open Letter Asking For More Fairness

By Alyson Camus | April 2, 2021

‘The most successful songwriters in the world can’t pay their rent’

Be Here Now: New Albums Reviewed 10-7-16 – 10-13-16

By Iman Lababedi | October 9, 2016

she’s written forty minutes of “I Do”

rock nyc’s Heavy Rotation, Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | August 9, 2016

“You can trust I’ve never felt it like I feel it now”

Going Steady: New Singles reviewed 7-29-16 – 8-4-16

By Iman Lababedi | August 2, 2016

Pretty soft peddle pop

That Was The Week Of June 9th, 2014, That Was

By Iman Lababedi | June 16, 2014

International News: So 12 years after Operation Enduring Freedom, Iraq is back to Sunni Versus Shiite’s with the US on the same side as Iran for some weird reason and Afghanistan is gonna fall to the Taliban. The moral? Colonization doesn’t work.

rock nyc Top 10 Songs Week Of June 9th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | June 14, 2014

Three really good albums here: Colbie, Shinobi and the Shoe, plus jack White which, well I’m thinking of doing a full length review but for now, it has too many weak spots. I still prefer Colbie any way.

10 Songs: Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | June 11, 2014

Live It Up – Spoon – A heavy blues from the semi-popular indie band; not my scene, it is neither beaty nor meaty enough but it has a uniqueness to it: it sounds like nothing else only not quite as good – B

Be Here Now: Snapshot Reviews Of New Album Releases 6-10-14

By Iman Lababedi | June 10, 2014

Gypsy Heart Side A EP – Colbie Caillat – A long time fan of the pop singer, this five song 18 minute EP has nary a clunker in the lot: a sweet sound giving Taylor Swift a run for her money. “Blaze” is fabulous – ALBUM OF THE WEEK – A-

Hear Ye On Spotify: what rock nyc is listening to 11-29-13

By Iman Lababedi | November 29, 2013

The problem here is much the same as the problem on the entire album: the songs aren’t there. Oh the singing is powerful and felt, the instrumentation first rate, the atitude a poerfect mesh of here and now and then, but the song can’t sell it – B-

Colbie Caillat's "Hold On" Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | November 22, 2013

Still, it should break huge for her it hooks hard and Colbie doesn’t oversing it, which is a miracle, because it begs to be oversung, instead she allows her falsetto on the bridge to signify deep emotion.