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By Ian Cory · 20 August 2014
We look back at Mastodon's Leviathan ten years later, and the band's pursuit of heavy metal stardom, against the odds.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 13 August 2014
In hindsight, More Adventurous stands as the transition between Rilo Kiley's cult-following days and their leap into the mainstream.
By Susan Kemp · 12 August 2014
In the first installment of Unreeled, we review The Past is a Grotesque Animal, an inside look at the mad genius behind of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes.
By Staff · 08 August 2014
Welcome to Pad and Pencil, a new monthly column that will plug you into the latest and greatest hip-hop releases.
By Susan Kemp · 06 August 2014
With a touch of disco and an LGBT spin on pop, Scissor Sisters' 2004 self-titled debut bended genre rules and cultural expectations in just about every way possible.
By Ian Cory · 30 July 2014
The Dillinger Escape Plan's Miss Machine still runs like a dream, ten years on.
By Barnabas Abraham · 23 July 2014
Together We’re Heavy by The Polyphonic Spree demonstrated the band's ability to hoist their carefree attitude to genre against a beautifully crafted framework.
By Staff · 18 July 2014
With spring out and the summer sun vying for attention, take a look at our list of essential summer albums so you can craft your soundtrack for the unfolding season.
By Susan Kemp · 16 July 2014
Post-punk revivalists The Futureheads released their 2004 self-titled album to a UK music scene that was ready for something artsy, less choreographed, and, well, weird.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 09 July 2014
Blueberry Boat by The Fiery Furnaces serves more as a curiosity of its time than a signifier of any sea change a decade later after its release.
By Travis Block · 02 July 2014
After a six year hiatus, the Beastie Boys returned in 2004 with the 9/11-minded To the 5 Boroughs - resulting in an album that may not be a highlight of the band's discography, but is still worth a spin or two.
By Ian Cory · 25 June 2014
We look back on My Chemical Romance's Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, and the debts that are owed to it.
By Ray Finlayson · 18 June 2014
The Killers debut 'Hot Fuss' was full of singles, but lacked the refining touches needed to make a great album.
By Cameron Deuel · 16 June 2014
The self-described "part record club, part music journal" music subscription service, Singles Club, utilizes the strengths of both digital and physical formats to share talented artists on the rise.
By Kimberley Ballard · 13 June 2014
This month's Cassette Club is written by the founder of Graveyard Orbit, who tells us about the genesis of his label and describes his involvement in Austin's burgeoning cassette scene.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 11 June 2014
Ten years ago, Secret Machines made Now Here is Nowhere, a masterpiece of modern space-rock that should never be forgotten.