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By Cher Vincent · 09 August 2013
Check out our coverage of this year's Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, and see who was the best and who were the biggest disappointments.
By Cher Vincent · 07 August 2013
Finally, after a long series of singles and EPs, LA-based Superhumanoids' 'Exhibitionists' doesn't contain many surprises.
By Cher Vincent · 29 July 2013
Edgy and earnest, "Street Punk" is an aggressive and honest album from Hunx & His Punx.
By Cher Vincent · 22 July 2013
Ezra Furman's solo debut, "The Year of No Returning", is a thoughtful journey of self-deprecating folk-rock.
By Cher Vincent · 10 July 2013
Chicagoan darlings Twin Peaks have constrained their music to its absolute, neither losing any fanfare nor gaining any pretense.
By Cher Vincent · 24 June 2013
Born Sinner shows J. Cole's potential and his accolades in the rap community are warranted, but he fails to conjure the need to hit rewind.
By Cher Vincent · 20 May 2013
Sam Amidon's "Bright Sunny South" consists of pop music covers, yet his stunning and singular vision beats throughout.
By Cher Vincent · 16 May 2013
Daughter played a sold-out show in Chicago last week at Lincoln Hall, and we were there to catch the rising British act.
By Cher Vincent · 09 May 2013
Though some tracks seem a bit aimless, College's "Secret Diary" holds up well for being five years old.
By Cher Vincent · 25 March 2013
"Colossus" is a monster sophomore effort from MF/MB/, examining the dark parts of the group's psyche.
By Cher Vincent · 27 February 2013
There’s confidence in AMOK, but little ego; calmly but intentionally building something greater underneath.
By Cher Vincent · 21 February 2013
Waiting for Something to Happen only proves that Veronica Falls are prepared for the great beyond and more, even if that means hitting 30.
By Cher Vincent · 19 February 2013
"Push the Sky Away" is another triumphant album from Nick Cave and crew, albeit maybe not the loud, raucous one hardcore fans want.
By Cher Vincent · 12 February 2013
While Wonderful, Glorious faltered in its journey, the final result gives you hope that E might be able to move on after all.
By Cher Vincent · 31 January 2013
The History of Apple Pie does justice to the shoegaze genre on their latest album, keeping it alive without trying to reinvent the wheel.
By Cher Vincent · 24 January 2013
"Anything in Return" is an album of refined, glossy electropop from Toro y Moi with a "slice of life" aesthetic that serves him well.