Hilary Duff 7.0
Breathe In. Breathe Out.
Former teen queen Hilary Duff makes her return to music with a slew of insanely catchy dance-pop hits.
Wavves x Cloud Nothings 7.0
No Life For Me
This collaborative effort showcases the immense talent of both musicians involved, however, it falls short of being the complete package.
Being As An Ocean 7.5
Being As An Ocean
Unconventional storytelling executed with semi-formulaic hardcore.
Kacey Musgraves 8.0
We find her in full form here, with an extremely accessible, high-quality, album that has the ability to win over fans of all sorts.
Versus The World 6.0
Everybody Is Going to Heaven
Their progression through the various stages of their lives has continued to be ripe with open-mindedness and a constant focus on the best way to express themselves, and it’s this that allows Everybody Is Going to Heaven to flourish to a greater degree than its contemporaries.
I The Mighty 9.0
With Connector, everything the band manages to do is beyond the scope of many bands within their genre commonly possess; something which shouldn’t be much of a surprise by now.
Summer Underground 7.5
The Bee Sides EP
Different musical approach, same at heart.
Adam Lambert 9.0
The Original High
Pop-star and American Idol runner up Adam Lambert has always been a bit left of center. His flamboyant style and angelic voice have garnered him quite the reputation and a massive base of loyal fans. After a stint fronting iconic glam-rock band Queen, Lambert is finally embracing his darker side on his third full-length album "The Original High" which is his first since departing from RCA Records in favor of Warner Brothers Records.
Well Kept Things 7.0
A hardcore album full of musical power, but lacking lasting power.
Like they’ve done in the past, mewithoutYou has put together complex and intricate record of an inexplicably remarkable quality.
Free Press Summer Festival 9.0
@ NRG Park
Sorority Noise 6.0
Sorority Noise deliver an thematically important follow-up to Forgettable.
Muse tips their hat to the past. 2nd Law may have left fans puzzled, but Drones puts the guitar back in the amp and forefront
Florence + The Machine 9.5
How Big How Blue How Beautiful
Sound the trumpets – Florence + The Machine is back.
Major Lazer 7.5
Peace Is The Mission
I Am Alive In Everything I Touch
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Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! 9.0
Get Lost, Find Yourself
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! releases uplifting and positive album that lives up to its title.
While effective in showing off his ability to write quality music, there are shades of untapped potential here on this limited EP.
Never Take Friendship Personal – Live in New York City
It is beautiful. It is raw. It is a moment of serene and poignant honesty, and it is everything that ever made Anberlin brilliant.
Four Year Strong 7.5
Four Year Strong
Time to kick the summer off by getting #fourbeerstrong
When The Smoke Clears
Hinder is almost unrecognizable in newest album with the replacement of lead singer.
Alesso shows promise with expert soft crafting, but with half of the album having some time on it, Forever sounds like a complilation
True Colors dabbles on the familiar, but shows some sights of musicial growth
Haste The Day 8.0
Serene beauty in moments of harsh desolation.
Diamond Youth 7.0
While it is a short release, this album facilitates the evolution of a band that has built great potential behind them.
You Were Never Alone
It proves that not only is Emery one of the classic post-hardcore bands of this millennium, but that they can still make great, if not their best, music thirteen years into their career.