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Low Roar
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-08-22

Purely stunning as a musical piece, emotionally cathartic, and perhaps the most impressive album of 2014.
Imogen Heap
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-08-22

Imogen Heap continues her dazzling blend of electronics and off-kilter pop, only this time the results come in a decidedly mixed bag.
DragonForce
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-08-21

Not reinventing the wheel, but certainly reinventing their reputation.
Rustie
Album review by
Will Robinson on 2014-08-21

The musical equivalent of a firework - flashy, bright, and full of joy, but insubstantial and ephemeral.
Ryn Weaver
Album review by
John Lennon beat his wife. on 2014-08-20

A promising career's strong start
The Bug
Album review by
Will Robinson on 2014-08-18

Down the rabbit hole.
Karma To Burn
Album review by
Raul Stanciu on 2014-08-16

The resurrection of Karma To Burn
Kimbra
Album review by
Greg Fisher on 2014-08-15

Kimbra strikes art-pop gold on her second album.
Essence Beyond
Album review by
Voivod on 2014-08-15

And why should God have all the satisfaction?
Panopticon
Album review by
Kyle Ward on 2014-08-12

Watching the mountains sleep
Fallujah
Album review by
Jacob R. on 2014-08-08

A promising stepping stone.
Porcupine Tree
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-08-08

Exploring their old roots and placing them in a new musical 'environment'.
The Gaslight Anthem
Album review by
Jom on 2014-08-06

All in all, I find that nothing stays the same.
Spoon
Album review by
Rudy K. on 2014-08-06

Let me be mine.
The Rosebuds
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-08-06

Indie-pop and alt-rock done right, brought to you by some of the finest musical minds in those genres.
Owl John
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-08-04

Lives up to Frightened Rabbit's best material, at times even eclipsing it.
Jenny Lewis
Album review by
Rudy K. on 2014-08-04

Nothin' lasts forever when you travel time.
Queen
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-07-29

The first of Queen's two masterpieces.
Dog Fashion Disco
Album review by
Greg Fisher on 2014-07-28

A triumphant return that re-establishes the band as eclectic metal luminaries.
Empyrium
Album review by
Kyle Ward on 2014-07-26

Drowning itself in the rising tide
Yawning Man
Album review by
Raul Stanciu on 2014-07-26

The heart of the desert.
Your Old Droog
Album review by
Aziz on 2014-07-25

The nastiest Nas project since Illmatic.
Electric Citizen
Album review by
Voivod on 2014-07-24

’70s occult rock abiding citizens.
Rx Bandits
Album review by
Thompson D. Gerhart on 2014-07-24

Just give it time.
Morrissey
Album review by
Joseph Viney on 2014-07-23

Bigmouth strikes again...and again
Astronauts
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-07-22

For when you feel most alone
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