On ‘Scott & Rivers,’ Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo and Scott Murphy of Allister deliver a sugary ode to Japanese pop culture.
To the genre inspired so largely by Daft Punk, ‘RAM’ is an impossibly high new bar, a gauntlet thrown down to the play-button hand-waver DJs.
‘Mind Control’ is a kick ass slice of druggy rock goodness from Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats.
Yacht rock has never been so brightly colored and catchy.
Queens of The Stone Age return with ‘…Like Clockwork,’ a raw and complex masterpiece.
Put simply, the title to the new Fall Out Boy album could not be more misleading.
The latest from Kylesa is a psychedelically engaging expansion of the third eye.
‘Infestissumam’ is about as scary as an episode of Scooby Doo, and just as entertaining. But we love Scooby Doo, so that’s a good thing.
‘Ghost On Ghost’ is both a stroll down memory lane and a giant step forward for the songwriting in Iron and Wine.
If the band is still around in another ten years, people will look at ‘Mosquito’ as a turning point in the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ career.
The Ocean’s latest musical opus is a welcome fix for lovers of complex song structures – but where is the soul?
After a first-listen preview experience, we bring you the run-down on Black Sabbath’s first album with Ozzy in 35 years!
Three EPs reviewed for the price of none!
A near-perfect covers album that serves as a twisted love letter to the artists who inspire The Melvins.
The latest offering from Casiotone For The Painfully Alone, ‘In Cambridge’ is a gift, and we should treat it as one.
Bucking standard death metal trends, Six Feet Under return with two new members and continue to rise above their genre peers.
With Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy at the knobs, Low deliver another excellent collection of sparse instrumentation & lush vocals.
‘Delta Machine’ possesses a foreboding sense of drama the band hasn’t touched on since ‘Black Celebration’.
The Next Day is clear evidence that Bowie holds strong through the fickle ups and downs of scenes, trends and pop culture movements.
Clutch returns with eleven tracks of pure piston-pumping juggernaut uppercuts, a devastating excellence.