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Monday, October 17 2011

WATERS: Out in the Light

This isn't the banjo folk of Port O'Brien. On this project, frontman Vans Pierszalowski plugs in and sets sail with a harder-hitting sound.


Jon Regen: Revolution

A rather moving pop record with guest turns from Benmont Tench and Andy Summers.


Sunday, October 16 2011

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin: Tape Club

Someone may still love the Russian ex-president, but not many will love this boring collection of b-sides and rare releases.


Thursday, October 13 2011

Falling in Reverse: The Drug in Me Is You

After returning from two years of incarceration, scene bad boy Ronnie Radke is back in action in the form of his new post-hardcore outfit Falling in Reverse. One thing is clear – he’s pissed.


Tuesday, October 11 2011

Trombone Shorty: For True

If Lenny Kravitz came out of the New Orleans brass band scene ...


Wednesday, October 5 2011

Grouplove: Never Trust a Happy Song

The Los Angeles quintet settles for a mixed bag of goods on their debut album. Or perhaps a mixed bag of bads is more applicable?


Tuesday, October 4 2011

Sills & Smith: Uncertain Vista

Uncertain Vista is a bit of a mixed bag.


Wednesday, September 28 2011

The Gift: Explode

Explode, as an artistic statement, simply sputters and fizzles out, except when it whispers.


Tuesday, September 6 2011

The Rapture: In the Grace of Your Love

Once the Next Big Thing, the Rapture return after a five-year absence with an album that doesn't do much to reestablish their reputation.


Wednesday, August 24 2011

OK Go vs. the Muppets


Sondre Lerche: Sondre Lerche (Reviews) [7.Aug.11]
Silverstein: Rescue (Capsule Reviews) [23.Jun.11]
Quintron: Sucre du Sauvage (Reviews) [6.Jun.11]
David Bazan: Strange Negotiations (Reviews) [30.May.11]
Peter Case: The Case Files (Reviews) [26.May.11]
The Waterboys: In a Special Place (Reviews) [19.May.11]
Wild Beasts: Smother (Reviews) [19.May.11]
The Antlers: Burst Apart (Reviews) [12.May.11]
The Trews: Hope & Ruin (Capsule Reviews) [3.May.11]
Parts & Labor: Constant Future (Reviews) [10.Apr.11]
Homophobia Is Alive and Well on TV at the WWE (Channel Surfing) [30.Mar.11]
Lykke Li: Wounded Rhymes (Reviews) [28.Feb.11]
Doug Paisley: Constant Companion (Reviews) [27.Feb.11]
Radiohead: The King of Limbs (Reviews) [21.Feb.11]
Phil Manley: Life Coach (Reviews) [2.Feb.11]
Bilal: Levels EP (Capsule Reviews) [2.Feb.11]
Sic Alps: Napa Asylum (Reviews) [1.Feb.11]
Smith Westerns: Dye It Blonde (Reviews) [27.Jan.11]
The Radio Dept.: Never Follow Suit (Capsule Reviews) [26.Jan.11]
Girl Talk: All Day (Reviews) [17.Nov.10]
Bee Vs. Moth: Acronymous (Capsule Reviews) [14.Nov.10]
Future Islands: Undressed (Reviews) [27.Oct.10]
Small Black: New Chain (Reviews) [26.Oct.10]
The Extra Lens: Undercard (Reviews) [20.Oct.10]
Dustin Wong: Infinite Love (Reviews) [19.Oct.10]
Goose: Synrise (Reviews) [18.Oct.10]
¡Mayday!: Stuck on an Island (Reviews) [13.Oct.10]
Clinic: Bubblegum (Reviews) [3.Oct.10]
His Name Is Alive: The Eclipse (Reviews) [29.Sep.10]
Grandchildren: Everlasting (Reviews) [26.Sep.10]
PVT: Church With No Magic (Reviews) [19.Sep.10]
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