We Are Chaos
Are you alright? 'Cause I'm not okay.
Shape and Destroy
Dirt emo, a new life, and a reason to sing "Hallelujah Anyway".
Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was
I felt lost and found with every step I took.
Uinuos Syömein Sota
Havukruunu's most ambitious and most epic output yet. A massive riff-fest.
Microphones in 2020
I was already who I am
Alphaville is a lavish tour of our own future, detailing the most decadent opulence and juxtaposing against the vile poverty that it wishes to ignore.
A woman that has not run out of fearless shifts
|The Lawrence Arms|
Very average, with some charm.
After a 14 year wait, the holy trinity of country music return to inspire and astound all over again.
My very own summer record
There's a last time for everything
|Protest the Hero|
Both a fresh start and a culmination.
What's Your Pleasure?
To live my life fearlessly.
|Run the Jewels|
I am in love with you. It's my only grace.
I Do Not Have To Be Good
Comforting in its patient, often plodding sense of pace, the warmth of its live production and the soft beauty in Keener’s voice. But also deeply doubtful of the world it’s born into.
|Carly Rae Jepsen|
Dedicated Side B
Better than Dedicated. On par with Emotion.
NO DREAM is the sound of memories being made in the middle of rough times, mistakes being admitted to and forgiven, and relishing in the joy we find in each other. In other words, it's a Jeff Rosenstock record.
Growing old and making sense of it all, Jess Williamson has crafted an immensely personal piece with much wider-reaching implications.
"As pure as driven snow."
|Hayley Williams |
Petals For Armor
Set to Simmer Between the Temperature Extremes of the Music's Chill and the Lyrics' Heat
|Dance Gavin Dance|
A dramatic alteration with familiar construction
Stare Into Death and Be Still
This abyss did more than gaze back into me. It spoke...
|The Smith Street Band|
Don't Waste Your Anger
Maybe this is the thing that I never get through