Green Day- Father Of All Motherfuckers Review

Green Day has travelled a hell of a path over the course of the last decade. Coming off of the heels of the critically acclaimed 21st Century Breakdown in 2009, Green Day entered the ‘10s at full steam, eventually releasing the pop/garage album trilogy Uno! Dos! and Tre! in 2012 before releasing the raging Revolution…

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Theory Of A Deadman- Say Nothing Review

Those old enough to remember the 2000s, as unbelievable as that statement sounds will recall the name Theory Of A Deadman among the hordes of many post-grunge bands of the era that dominated the airwaves and were often derided at the same time. “Santa Monica”, “Bad Girlfriend” and “Make Up Your Mind” are a few…

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Dan Deacon- Mystic Familiar Review

Dan Deacon is a distinguished entity among electronic artists; certainly far more experimental than his radio-friendly dubstep contemporaries and a composer for a number of films to boot. His work has continued to flourish and develop since his days at Baltimore’s Copycat Building with the Wham City collective, veering in the lane of contemporary classical…

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Bombay Bicycle Club- Everything Else Has Gone Wrong Review

Bombay Bicycle Club were a sizeable force in indie rock when they took a hiatus to do solo projects in 2016. Four years later, and six since their last and appropriately titled LP release So Long, See You Tomorrow, BBC has returned with their highly-anticipated album Everything Else Has Gone Wrong, riding off of the…

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Mark Morton- Ether EP Review

Known for years as Lamb of God’s ripping axeman, Mark Morton has in the last couple of years ventured into the solo game and released a full solo record, Anesthetic in 2019. The record was packed to the rafters with stars, featuring the likes of the late Chester Bennington, Jacoby Shaddix from Papa Roach, Josh…

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Circa Waves- Happy Review

Liverpudlians Circa Waves have been hard at work crafting and refining their sound since the success of their debut Young Chasers in 2015. After showcasing growth on their subsequent albums Different Creatures and What’s It Like Over There?, their inaugural release for the 2020s is a split album, much as fellow indie rockers Foals put…

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The Almost- Fear Caller Review

Aaron Gillespie is nothing if not accomplished as a songwriter. His band Underoath has thus far been nominated for three separate Grammies. Another band of his, The Almost, has played with Jane’s Addiction and Faith No More amongst other alternative heavyweights. The Almost entered the public eye in 2007, and for his 2019 release Fear…

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Kolton Moore & The Clever Few- Everything Has Changed Review

It’s a new era. A new decade has dawned upon us, and a new mood will gradually start to set in as time goes on. The first noteworthy records are starting to trickle in in 2020’s waking moments, while the last late traces of 2019 are still lingering in the ether for review and comparison.…

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Misery Loves Co.- Zero Review

Perhaps following the cue of Duster, as of late a few acts from the 1990s and 2000s have chosen to return to recording as the end of the decade draws nearer. The latest instance of this is Misery Loves Co., an industrial rock duo from Sweden who generated a swell of momentum with their 1995…

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Duster- Duster Review

Lesser known to the common man but an influential sensation to independent bands, Duster was last seen and heard from around the turn of the millennium and it seemed unlikely they would ever return. Nowadays, with lo-fi garage and indie rock being a far more popular sub-sound among millennial hipsters with vinyls and Spotify accounts,…

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