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By Ryo Miyauchi · 23 September 2014
The new voices in Wonder Where We Land complicate the overall identity of SBTRKT as a project.
By Rory McCluckie · 23 September 2014
alt-J follow up their Mercury winning album with This Is All Yours, a record which experiments with mainstream nuances.
By Brian Peterson · 22 September 2014
Songs of Innocence isn’t U2's triumphant return, but it's also not the total failure some have decided to hear.
By Ray Finlayson · 22 September 2014
Moonface's City Wrecker EP sees Spencer Krug in his musical home, urging himself to move forward.
By Ian Cory · 19 September 2014
This Will Destroy You aim for highflying catharsis while keeping Another Language understated and subversive.
By Melissa Scheinberg · 18 September 2014
Portugal. The Man and GROUPLOVE closed out their seven-week tour with epic performances at Central Park Summerstage.
By Ray Finlayson · 18 September 2014
My Brightest Diamond is back with her confessional and direct This Is My Hand, an album which would sound a whole lot different if it were her first.
By Robert Whitfield · 17 September 2014
Ices is a fantastic evolution for Lia Ices and deserves to be adored.
By Lee Barnes · 16 September 2014
Le Butcherettes are back with Cry Is For the Flies, an album filled with excess, crowding it to the point of exhaustion.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 15 September 2014
In a Dream, the latest from The Juan MacLean, works as a point of admission into this duo's world.
By Ramon Romano · 12 September 2014
Ryan Adams is a perfectly decent, if not terribly ambitious, album from seasoned veteran Ryan Adams.
By Rory McCluckie · 12 September 2014
Hiss Golden Messenger release Lateness of Dancers, a successful opening act for their new label, Merge Records.
By Ray Finlayson · 11 September 2014
Some new words come to mind when listening to Avi Buffalo’s new album, At Best Cuckold: maturity, growth, and adaptation.
By Susan Kemp · 10 September 2014
Like a crush, the songs on Karen O's debut album, Crush Songs, are all a bit too fleeting.
By Robert Whitfield · 09 September 2014
Death From Above 1979 return after ten years with The Physical World, and whilst the moves are right, something fundamental seems to be missing.
By Ian Cory · 08 September 2014
El Pintor is unlikely to be remembered as much more than “the good album from Interpol's mid-period" — which isn’t exactly shining praise.