Album Reviews

4.1

Crack-Up | Fleet Foxes

While Fleet Foxes’ first two records branded listeners with hook-driven compilations of embers smoldering from campfire sing along jubilation, their latest rele...
3.4

Ti Amo by Phoenix

Ever since the inauguration of the 21st century, frontman Thomas Mars and the French band Phoenix have made it a habit of devising collections of lustrous synth...
5.0

Wonder Woman Soundtrack

Without a doubt, Wonder Woman has set a high standard for all upcoming DC films.  It has created a character, and a movie, that has broken through the dull, ove...
3.7

Gone Now | Bleachers

Singer Songwriter and sought after producer Jack Antonoff appears to have finally reached personal fulfillment with his sophomore LP “Gone Now,”  the follow-up ...
4.0

After Laughter | Paramore

After Laughter, Paramore's first album after the return of drummer Zac Farro, represents a change from the bands usual pop punk and rock music style to a more a...
2.0

Famous Monsters | The Psyatics

The Psyatics' Famous Monsters is a genuine attempt at a rock 'n' roll revival, full of fierce guitar and unhinged vocal melodies. Where the album succeeds is in...
4.3

No Gods No Loss | Sterile Jets

Sterile Jets' is a noise-rock band from Long Beach California. Their latest album No Gods No loss is a soundtrack to a chaotic stroll down a path full of insomn...