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Thursday, May 19 2011

Wild Beasts: Smother

Wild Beasts return with a subtle, stripped-down album that represents their finest work -- and one of the finest albums you'll hear all year.


Thursday, May 12 2011

The Antlers: Burst Apart

The Antlers follow-up their breakthrough album, 2009's Hospice, with a record that at once echoes their previous work and builds upon it in subtle, and entirely gratifying, ways.


Tuesday, May 3 2011

Dropkick Murphys: Going Out in Style

Celtic Punk band delves into the world of the concept album and emerges with a riveting story of love, war, and family.


The Trews: Hope & Ruin

Parts of this Canadian band's record come off as Tragically Hip-lite with a dash of country and folk tossed into the mix.


Tuesday, April 26 2011

Explosions in the Sky: Take Care, Take Care, Take Care

Explosions in the Sky tinker with their cinematic formula just enough to keep things interesting, crafting their best and most satisfying album in years.


Wednesday, April 20 2011

Yellowcard: When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes

Yellowcard has returned from their hiatus with a renewed vision and some of the catchiest songs you'll hear all year.


Sunday, April 10 2011

Parts & Labor: Constant Future

Parts & Labor continue to shoot for the rafters above the rafters, and keep getting closer and closer.


Thursday, April 7 2011

The Hours: It’s Not How You Start, It’s How You Finish

This album is made up of tracks from the band’s previous two European-only releases, tailor made for an American audience. And it is a stunner.


Wednesday, March 30 2011

Emerson Lake & Palmer: Live at Nassau Coliseum ‘78

Everyday mediocrities may be swept away by time, but great atrocities must never be forgotten.


Homophobia Is Alive and Well on TV at the WWE

With the WWE's biggest event of the year on the horizon, fans and sponsors might want to take a closer look at its blatant homophobia and reconsider the wisdom of handing over their money to a bigoted and retrograde institution.


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