Don't tell me to listen to your song because it isn't the same
Pop That Pretty Thirty
Three great new tracks ! Rabbit Junk are you kidding ? We're starving !
|Cymbals Eat Guitars|
Got no serotonin left/Signed away your right to be forgotten
More Wolfmother than any other garage rock pioneer band you can think of.
The Golden Echo
Kimbra strikes art-pop gold on her second album.
They Want My Soul
Let me be mine.
Roads to the North
Watching the mountains sleep
Lese Majesty boldly goes where most of the minds in the current hip-hop scene couldn’t even fathom.
Never Hungover Again
This album should have been titled, Joyce Manor Learn How to Vary Their Damn Songwriting
Nothing extremely new or innovative, but still great and worth a listen
Purely stunning as a musical piece, emotionally cathartic, and perhaps the most impressive album of 2014.
Brontide turn the groove all the way up to turtleneck.
|A Sunny Day in Glasgow|
Sea When Absent
Shoegaze has a new mission statement - twenty years removed from its downfall it is here to stay no matter how many times you beg for an Oasis reunion.
Once More 'Round the Sun
A blueprint of how to go commercial without sacrificing one's artistic identity.
When love is a safer place we both remember.
A captivating, masterfully-crafted achievement of not only neofolk music, but of music in general.
There's a gesture of thrash; A hint of pop; A chunk of punk. All mashed together, sounds like one entertaining, angry party.
A bold leap toward making experimental hip-hop both accessible and flat out fun.
|Sharon Van Etten|
Are We There
you like it.
A U R O R A
From the turbulent launch in 'Flex' to the hectic comedown in 'Sola Fide' and all the tension, exploration and horror in between, A U R O R A is as close to an aural feature full-length you'll ever get.
|The Brian Jonestown Massacre|
A stroll down memory lane with The Brian Jonestown Massacre
|Casualties of Cool|
Casualties of Cool
What you never knew you needed to hear.
To Be Kind
Both musically and thematically, To Be Kind comes off as the culmination of Michael Gira's entire musical career and makes a worthy successor to the band's previous landmark record The Seer.
Kishi Bashi continues to tear down musical conventions in all the righght ways.