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Strung Out
Album review by Jom on 2015-03-23

If it ain't broke..., don't break it.
Kendrick Lamar
Album review by Jacob Royal on 2015-03-21

We ain't even really rappin', we just letting our dead homies tell stories for us.
fun.
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-03-20

Take hold of your world and set it on fire.
Eskimo Callboy
Album review by Davey Boy on 2015-03-19

As catchy as any pop album, the polarizing Germans release their best LP yet.
Modest Mouse
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-03-17

Why would we ever want to wake up?
San Cisco
Album review by Davey Boy on 2015-03-16

A band built to thrive on the EP format adds a little more meat to their infectious melodies.
Brand New
Album review by Jared Ponton on 2015-03-13

I killed him too
The Tallest Man on Earth
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-03-12

The majority of music in recent years has left me uninspired. No matter how beautifully composed it is, or how much it pushes the boundaries of experimentation, there’s always this miniscule part of me that walks away
Tobias Jesso Jr.
Album review by Davey Boy on 2015-03-11

The sentimental male pianist persona receives an independent audit.
Trial (SWE)
Album review by Voivod on 2015-03-09

Right out of nowhere, the Swedes are making a big wave in the sea of epic heavy metal.
Cairo Knife Fight
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2015-03-08

The return of...
Dope Stars Inc.
Album review by Magnus Altkula on 2015-03-05

Too sugary and all over the place to capitalize on its sonic momentum
Bjork
Album review by Jacob Royal on 2015-03-05

There is a swarm of sound around our heads
Imperial Triumphant
Album review by Elijah Andrew on 2015-03-05

Abyssal Gods is the first 'must hear' metal record of the year; a true masterpiece that is brilliant concoction of old and new.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Album review by Dan H. on 2015-03-03

Noel and his High Flying Birds show no signs of plateauing
Of Montreal
Album review by Rudy K. on 2015-03-03

Conventionally unconventional.
Furor gallico
Album review by Magnus Altkula on 2015-02-28

Low on furor
Bill Seaman
Album review by Jonny Hunter on 2015-02-28

The best album on Eilean Records is also the most depressing.
Quiet Company
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-02-25

Don't lose that spark
Spor
Album review by Will Robinson on 2015-02-23

Modern neurofunk’s prodigal son comes home to find that it’s no longer the one he once knew.
John Bence
Album review by Jonny Hunter on 2015-02-22

Nicolas Jaar's new find has some bright ideas, but could have done a lot more with them.
Falling in Reverse
Album review by John Lennon b.h.w. on 2015-02-22

Now all the critics wanna hit it + shit-can how we did it...
The Sky Life
Album review by Jared Ponton on 2015-02-20

Is it just enough to be used? No, no, use me well.
Alien Ant Farm
Album review by Jom on 2015-02-20

Even though I don't know you, I feel like I owe you.
36 Crazyfists
Album review by Dan H. on 2015-02-19

Brutal, bleak and honest, 36 Crazyfists return sounding as good as ever.
Hawk Eyes
Album review by Greg Fisher on 2015-02-19

Leeds riff masters unveil their most accessible collection of songs to date.
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