Album Reviews

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...
4.0

Hot Thoughts | Spoons

Daring to deliver a formidable follow-up to 2014’s career-defining comeback They Want My Soul with anything less than yet another prestigious leap-forward throu...
3.0

Coming Home | Falling in Reverse

Falling in Reverse has met their fair share publicity whether it’s good or bad; it’s something they kind of strive off of. Led by the controversial but prominen...
4.0

Dirt | King Ropes

     Dirt, King Ropes' debut album is a raw and visceral representation of life in a rugged rural town. Easily the driving force of emotion behin...
4.0

Queen of Heaven | The Traditional

Being in an emo band nowadays is something nostalgic, from 2005 to 2010 emo bands dominated the scene, albeit they all sounded familiar kids where digging it. N...
3.5

Frame of Mind | Sam Levin

Frame of Mind is everything you would expect from an indie-pop artist, simple and quirky songwriting with some variation from the mainstream. There are a bunch ...
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