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Sorority Noise
Album review by Robert Lowe on 2017-03-22

Something borrowed
Drake
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-03-20

They want me gone, wait for the kicker; Bury me now and I only get bigger.
Amorphis
Album review by on 2017-03-19

A very enchanting evening with Amorphis.
Mount Eerie
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-03-18

Blinders
Depeche Mode
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-03-17

A painfully accurate record that portrays some of today's main political and social issues...
Spoon
Album review by Rudy K. on 2017-03-17

We got our own ideas
Fen
Album review by Brett Tharp on 2017-03-15

A perfect marriage of the delicate and the vicious, the vulnerable and the fearless. Fen's genre defining moment is upon them.
The Shins
Album review by Rudy K. on 2017-03-11

The disease of more.
Witherfall
Album review by on 2017-03-11

Progressive metal with neoclassical inclinations and a haunting atmosphere. In other words, fans of King Diamond miss this one at your own risk.
Darkest Hour
Album review by Robert Lowe on 2017-03-07

Grabbing progress by the throat
Grandaddy
Album review by on 2017-03-05

I just moved here, and I don't wanna live here anymore.
Nav
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-03-05

Haters gonna say, this shit is wack.
Justin Vernon
Album review by on 2017-03-04

who's agonised, and gnawed through it all?
Ed Sheeran
Album review by SowingSeason on 2017-03-03

Stuck in his daydream, been this way since eighteen.
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-03-01

Time to meet your end.
Jimmy Eat World
Album review by on 2017-02-28

In defense of nostalgia eclipsing any and all common sense
Peter Silberman
Album review by SowingSeason on 2017-02-27

The quiet road to recovery.
Thomas Dybdahl
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-02-27

Soul soothing Norwegian blend of folk/Americana/indie pop and R&B...
Disperse
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2017-02-26

A transcendental curveball carries Disperse from dull djent to inspired metal that grooves and pops in all the right ways.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-02-25

The closest sober Anton has got so far to the chaotic, alcohol & drug fueled psychedelia he fully embraced roughly a decade ago…
Sleepin Pillow
Album review by Voivod on 2017-02-24

“I hate the reasons and the facts that brought us here”
Dirty Projectors
Album review by SowingSeason on 2017-02-22

We won't be afraid to grow
Immolation
Album review by on 2017-02-22

Not even God can save you now!
Sun Kil Moon
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-02-21

You gotta have a vague rock song in your catalog that everyone can sing along.
Tim Bowness
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-02-20

The struggles of a local hero and his band...
Super Whatevr
Album review by on 2017-02-19

Turning despair on its head
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