An expanded edition that offers poetic drama from beginning to end.
Feelings of flying through different cultures.
An album that doesn't hold back.
A refreshing balance of accessible and experimental that will help propel rock music forward.
Dios mio! It’s not Dio.
A survivor returns with a statement of rebirth.
With a lot to live up to, the artist delivers.
Each song is built around a strong core while everything else moves around it specific ways.
A second album that is both intriguing and complicated.
A spectacular manifestation of channeled trauma.
A fantastic psychedelic journey that brings the 60's to the present.
This funk album doesn't hit quite right, but it still a decent listen.
Son Volt's latest finds them chewing on memorable melodies.
In looking back, have the National gone forward?
This short album is a wild ride, full of highs and lows.
The pop princess returns.
Their eighth album proves the band has officially lost their buzz sound.
This Pacific Northwest release delivers in a new and unique way.
This strong rock album features a cornucopia of influences.
Some practical steps to help you guide readers to investigate music for themselves.
An 80s mystery or smart modern alt-pop?
Kevin Thomas's acoustic rock debut is an interesting listen all the way through.
This exercise in jazz, funk, and soul has it's ups and downs.
This 60's and 70's inspired EP brings back the sound of the past.
LUC's debut weaves fuzzy garage rock, vintage electronics, and pop sensibilities into one package.