Run River North, Relient K 9.0
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The 1975 9.0
@ Terminal 5
The Neighbourhood 9.0
The Neighbourhood released dark and sultry sophomore album.
Foo Fighters 6.5
As a token of thanks, Saint Cecilia satisfies expectations, performing just as intended.
How I Spent My Halloween Vacation: Voodoo Experience 2015 .0
5 Seconds of Summer 7.0
Sounds Good Feels Good
5 Seconds of Summer releases the album they should've released at the start of their career.
Foxing deliver an excellent sophomore full-length, perfectly following up their previous material.
Alex G 8.0
Alex G delivers a clean, satisfying follow-up to his breakthrough LP.
Jas Patrick 5.5
Youth Lagoon 7.5
Savage Hills Ballroom
Youth Lagoon delivers another great release, although it may disappoint older fans in some areas.
Pinedale - EP
Massachusetts alt-rock quintet Northernmost is a breath of fresh air in latest EP release.
Arms for Elephants 7.0
My Judas Scene
Although almost all of the songs are upbeat, every song brings a new sound. You won't find yourself feeling as though you are listening to the same song over at any point in the record.
Kurt Vile 7.0
b'lieve i'm goin down...
Bring Me The Horizon 8.0
That's The Spirit
The Front Bottoms 5.0
Back On Top
The Front Bottoms deliver a wholly disappointing major-label debut.
Better Off 8.0
A plate of emo rock goodness sure to satisfy your hunger.
Bonsai Trees 6.5
Live Free and DIe
These five songs are definite listens for anyone looking for a strong, straight-forward, alternative rock experience.
The Weeknd 9.0
Beauty Behind The Madness
The Weeknd teeters on the fine line between main stream success and underground-indie appeal, that is unusual and definitely needed in today's music.
Against Me! 8.5
23 Live Sex Acts
Listening to 23 Live Sex Acts, fans are treated to the experience of going to an Against Me! show without really going to an Against Me! show.
Taylor John Williams 7.0
Song Of A Deadman -EP
Season 7 'Voice' contestant releases debut EP less than one year after appearance.
The Wonder Years 9.0
No Closer To Heaven
The Wonder Years solidify their status as pop punk's mature elder statesmen with another fantastic effort.
The Dear Hunter 10
Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise
It achieves a peak level of cinematic presentation, instrumentation, production and overall scope that we've yet to see from The Dear Hunter, which surpasses not only the band's entire discography but the general state of each genre that this record intersects.
Billboard Hot 100 Festival (Day Two) 8.0
Beach House 8.5
Beach House delivers yet another well-done work of sound.
Common Vision Tour 8.5
@ Starland Ballroom
The Island Of Misfit Toys 8.5
I Made You Something
Connor was right this record rules
Bullet For My Valentine 6.5
Venom is not "The Poison 2.0", it's a different entity with familiar themes and tones.
Their sonic growth is nothing short of exceptional as every element in their repertoire comes together into what feels like, and should be regarded as, their most cohesive and accessible release to date.