The Ting Tings 5.5
A more upbeat and entertaining version of The Smiths doing dance music.
Cut Teeth 8.5
"...Cut Teeth’s Night Years is everything I’ve been wanting to find in my search for my perfect punk band."
Have Mercy 7.0
A Place of Our Own
As the “emo revival” continues to push its way out of the underground, this album epitomizes the scene, and in the process, gives emo a good name.
This record refines their styles and puts their structural skills at a question of success, and for the most part does a pleasing job of reaching it.
The Blackout 9.0
The Blackout are back.
Metro Station 6.5
Metro Station's new EP is filled with the same infectious pop rock qualities that started their career.
Dillon Francis 7.0
Money Sucks, Friends Rule
Money Sucks, Friends Rule is a massive album, and brilliant full-length debut album.
Lights - EP
After all the quality and versatility that they present in their first EP, Varsity is certainly the band to keep an eye on in the future.
Cold War Kids 5.0
Hold My Home
The problem with Hold My Home is found on the back-half of the album.
Flux Pavilion 7.0
Overall, the EP succeeds at being a damn fine piece of EDM.
Forever Came Calling 7.5
What Matters Most
For fans of pop punk, this record is the definition of what it means to defend pop punk.
.5: The Gray Chapter
Not only is .5: The Gray Chapter the album that Gray would want, it's the album that Slipknot needed.
I Woke Up
Amidst all the grittiness, there are well-polished hooks, soaring melody and well-written lyrics.
You + Me 8.5
The often quiet backdrop of the instrumentals makes for the strongest tools of Alecia Moore and Dallas Green to show off their talents
Alive Like Me 6.5
Alive Like Me's purely alternative debut album is a great introduction of their potential to grow.
This liberating body of music puts Pompeii at a new level of creation.
I'll Be the Tornado
Big questions and more exciting arrangement are behind the duos second full length
Bruises is aware of what it is and does a good job accenting an old sound to a wider audience
pbeat folksy drums, or the thundering electric guitar pieces are subtly mixed with twanging bluegrass acoustic guitar chords.
An even exertion of polish, inspiration, and pulverizing grit.
The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die 4.0
To quote Philip Whalen, “poetry is a graph of the mind moving”, but on Between Bodies, the new EP by The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die, it’s hard to tell where that mind is going, if it’s going anywhere.
Light has a dark feeling to it but it is tinged with a faint feeling of aloof euphoria.
Sixx:A.M.'s new album takes its title 'Modern Vintage' a little too literal.
... And Star Power
sound like The Misfits dropped acid and resurrected John Lennon while asking Sgt. Pepper to come play with them.
Wasteland - EP
Brand new deathcore outfit, Continent, have made quite the powerful entrance with their debut EP Wasteland.
Wild Party 7.0
Wild Party's debut album is the epitome of what indie-pop should sound like.
E.Y.E. (Empty Yard Experiment) 7.9
OK Go 9.0
Hungry Ghosts is a piece of pure brilliance that deserves to be in every single music lovers iTunes library.
Mind Equals Blown