Jimmy Nevis 8.0
Emotional and laced with musical integrity.
The Smashing Pumpkins 8.0
Monuments to an Eulogy
It is a wickedly brilliant combination of progressive rock with alternative rock elements
The Brokedowns 7.0
Life is a Breeze
Get your grit on with 16 sloppy, upbeat punk jams straight out of Illinois
Angels & Airwaves 8.0
The Dream Walker
Five albums in, Angels & Airwaves have hit their stride with a darker, more musically ambitious album
With Dawn 9.0
They make me proud to be South African.
Hello Beautiful 8.0
Hello Beautiful is nothing short of a piece of art
Walk the Moon 8.0
Talking Is Hard
With Talking Is Hard, Walk the Moon gives us an album that is equal parts 80s as it is new and fresh, and the results are of the utmost quality.
Front Porch Step 7.5
These four songs are a solid addition to Mcelfresh’s repertoire, a great introduction for those unfamiliar with his previous work, and great listening for the month of December.
New Years Day 7.0
New Years Day is going to be a force to be reckoned with in the near future.
David Guetta 9.0
Listen is, without a doubt, Guetta’s best album to date.
Diamond Dreams - EP
Issues have done quite the job of giving their strong music even more significance and universal enjoyment.
An epic, full set from seasoned musicians hitting their stride as a unit
Even after a four year hiatus, Aaron Marsh and company still have what it takes to write a harrowing, compelling record.
One Direction 4.0
The end result is a dull and monotonous album that contains a collection of pop hits by the numbers.
The Ghost Inside 7.5
Circa Survive 9.5
Descensus is yet another gem in Circa Survive’s impressive crown, which should come as no surprise at this point in the band’s incomparable career.
No Fixed Address
Nickelback's newest release is very similar to an album celebrating it's 6th anniversary.
Silent Planet 9.0
The Night God Slept
A metal-fueled call to justice and completion.
Do yourself a favor and get a copy of Allomaternal.
Foo Fighters 7.0
Sonic Highways is just one of those albums that grows on you over time. To fully capture Dave’s vision, it seems that watching the HBO series is necessary.
Pink Floyd 6.5
The Endless River
The Endless River has elements of classic Floyd, but seems as a continuation other than something new
Knife Party 6.0
A coating of satire mixed with hard hitting tracks, Knife Party sails the seas to begin again with a familiar listen
Nick Jonas 6.5
This reach towards pop likeability in comparison to his old work show how drastically pop music has changed in only a few years.
The Jazz June 8.0
After The Earthquake
After the Earthquake is honest and down-to-earth and is an album that you need to have in your life.
Act As If 7.5
A transitional listen that is fluid throughout
Machine Head 8.0
Bloodstone & Diamonds
Shut up and mosh.
The Vamps 6.5
Meet The Vamps
The Vamps releases solid debut album that places them in the league of 1D and 5SoS while still keeping their originality.
Mind Equals Blown