Royal Dead – Go Bat Go – Review

April 15, 2012

The Royal Dead take a detour from their pyschobilly roots. The Denver band hasn’t lost its dark outlook, though, on the moody and atmospheric “Dark Harvest.”

John K. Samson – Provincial – Review

April 15, 2012

Pump your first for the Weakerthans’ frontman and his wistful optimism as he smashes his hard drive and yearns for the days of “no more citing sources.”

Audra Mae – Review

April 15, 2012

Audra Mae’s voice is big, bold and commanding, so it’s hardly surprising that the Oklahoma-born artist started making waves throughout the country.

Absolute Monarchs – Review

April 13, 2012

Seattle rockers Absolute Monarchs’ debut album brings to mind a lot of bunch of other artists, all of them good.

The Globes – Future Self – Review

July 1, 2011

To produce a work this mature this early portends of good things for the Globes. While Future Self isn’t great or even very good, it certainly has merit.

The Strokes – Angles – Review

May 27, 2011

I’m not against growth in a particular artist, or hell, in people. But with Angles, the Strokes prove that sometimes growth is overrated.

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