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Ufomammut
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-09-23

Strengthening the sonic structures and leveling up on their quest to deliver the heaviest riffs possible…
Counterparts
Album review by Robert Lowe on 2017-09-22

Still you, still special
Cradle of Filth
Album review by Trey Spencer on 2017-09-22

Does everything its predecessor did right, but better, and with more style, flair, and conviction.
Aine O'Dwyer
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-09-22

Look a ghost
Enter Shikari
Album review by on 2017-09-21

Enter Shikari spark a fire and let it smoulder.
Vacivus
Album review by on 2017-09-20

Riffs.
Foo Fighters
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-09-20

Pretend there’s nothing wrong, you can sing along with me.
The Flying Eyes
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-09-17

Heavy psych rock goodies...
The Contortionist
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2017-09-15

The Contortionist complete their gradual ascension to being a progressive rock band, with catchier choruses, synths galore, and the consistent use of beautiful guitar melodies and harmonies.
Angelo Badalamenti
Album review by on 2017-09-11

It's slippery in here. - teapot Bowie, circa 2017
Inanimate Existence
Album review by on 2017-09-10

After a fall from grace, Inanimate Existence find form once again.
Pagan Altar
Album review by on 2017-09-10

A glorious closing chapter for one of the most underappreciated storytellers.
Motorpsycho
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-09-10

A massive record that takes the best from past journeys and moves on...
Lil Uzi Vert
Album review by Robert Lowe on 2017-09-08

*Mumbles incoherently*
Cannabis Corpse
Album review by Xenophanes on 2017-09-08

hahaha 420 blaze it am I right?
Erykah Badu
Album review by Alex Robertson on 2017-09-08

After the Brown Sugar-esque lounge tracks of Baduizm but before the lengthy jam sessions of Worldwide Underground and knotty conceptual material of New Amerykah Part One, Erykah Badu perfected
Converge
Album review by Alex Robertson on 2017-09-08

You Fail Me may be the best album in Converge’s sparkling discography, and You Fail Me Redux is a wholesale improvement on the original. Taking 2004’s Alan Douches-helmed scuzzfest--an angry and strange
Richard and Linda Thompson
Album review by Alex Robertson on 2017-09-08

I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight, the astonishing first album credited to Richard and Linda Thompson, opens like In the Airplane Over the Sea: with the purposeful strums of an acoustic guitar, strums
The National
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2017-09-08

The National return with a sprawling and adventurous new album that holds up to their legendary career.
Larry Levan
Album review by Alex Robertson on 2017-09-06

This two-and-a-half hour compilation of disco and disco-adjacent music from 2006 is surely one of the greatest albums ever of its kind. Culled from the wide-ranging hits and obscurities DJ Larry Levan would spin in NYC
Prefab Sprout
Album review by Alex Robertson on 2017-09-04

Like the Roger Waters of The Wall or the Kevin Shields of Loveless, the Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout’s 1984 debut, Swoon, functions as a dominating presence where he is heard and where he isn’t
Arturo Stàlteri
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-09-04

the plumage of an angel, the voice of a devil, and the guts of a thief.
Paradise Lost
Album review by on 2017-09-02

Still going strong but where do Paradise Lost go from here?
Gang of Youths
Album review by SowingSeason on 2017-09-01

Say yes to life!
Future Islands
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-09-01

I’ve grown tired trying to change for you.
Mogwai
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-08-31

Probably their most accessible effort so far…
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