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Bad Books
Album review on 2019-06-18

If God is goosebumps, you're the proof
Album review on 2019-06-18

Crushed into heaven
The Dangerous Summer
Album review on 2019-06-16

This is what it feels like to bloom.
Album review on 2019-06-15

A few high-profile names have come out in the past to debunk the authenticity of Nikki Sixx’s phenomenally successful book The Heroin Diaries, proclaiming the likelihood Nikki actually documented his days with t
Yawning Man
Album review on 2019-06-14

Live jams caught on tape...
Cave In
Album review on 2019-06-12

Cave In sing their loves.
Miley Cyrus
Album review on 2019-06-10

Miley Cyrus apologist, reporting.
Silversun Pickups
Album review on 2019-06-09

Reboot the machine.
Album review on 2019-06-08

Traditional Korean instruments meet post rock with noise leanings...
Motionless in White
Album review on 2019-06-08

Album review on 2019-06-08

Together as one crew, against the one crew.
Kishi Bashi
Album review on 2019-06-04

A tale of love, war, and internment: Kishi Bashi crafts his folk tragedy; his Carrie & Lowell.
Le Grand
Album review on 2019-06-02

Pressing CHON for market share with a top notch upbeat math rock product
Flying Lotus
Album review on 2019-05-31

Jump into the fire.
Album review on 2019-05-30

It's propaganda time!
Plastic Mermaids
Album review on 2019-05-26

Sun-soaked psychedelia that inspires some lofty comparisons.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Album review on 2019-05-23

Tyler, the Creator
Album review on 2019-05-21

a monster 'bout to come alive again
Injury Reserve
Album review on 2019-05-21

Wax on, wax off, wax on, wax off, wait
The National
Album review on 2019-05-19

how far is a light year?
Com Truise
Album review on 2019-05-19

A safe and solid return.
Flame, Dear Flame
Album review on 2019-05-18

Promising female-fronted epic doom metal with loads of potential.
Album review on 2019-05-18

A F̶i̶n̶e̶ Mess
Album review on 2019-05-17

Gotta light?
The National
Album review on 2019-05-17

Where I am, I don't know where
Jamila Woods
Album review on 2019-05-16

As if straining to generate a formal correlative for her busy network of allusions and stated influences, Woods packs her tunes with seemingly bottomless sonic details.

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