For his band’s fourth album, Say Anything front man Max Bemis scraped up every last ounce of his signature angst from major label RCA and brought it to Equal Vision Records. You can hear his signature emotionally charged, growling vocals from the very first track, “Burn A Miracle,” which was also the album’s first single. [...]
The Boss is back with his 17th studio album Wrecking Ball. Featuring 11 songs, it is the first album released since the passing of seminal Springsteen collaborator and saxophonist Clarence Clemons, but he is still featured on two songs: “Wrecking Ball” “The Land of Hopes and Dreams.” These songs were recorded in 2009 and 1999 [...]
The latest effort by the Kaiser Chiefs, Start the Revolution Without Me, is actually the American rerelease of their album The Future Is Medieval, which came out last June. Originally a highly customizable album with create-your-own track listing and album artwork, the rerelease offers a more cohesive product. While it is more organized, this album [...]
The Ting Tings sophomore effort, Sounds from Nowheresville, fails to feel either unique or good at what it does, making it a disappointing musical experience. The album draws influences from so many places that it would better be called Sounds from Everywhere, or Sounds for Nowhere. The title of Sounds from Nowheresville, like previous album [...]
Andrew Bird is a brilliant artist, and his music has widely reflected this. He has created a unique sound filled with violin guitar and whistling. This sound he created for himself is abundant on his newest album, Break it Yourself; it is what makes the music on this album so great. It is full of [...]
Don’t be fooled by the fact that Delta Spirit’s new album is self-titled. This is the California 5-piece band’s third full-length studio album. Lead singer and front man Matt Vasquez told Rolling Stone that this release is self-titled because the band has found the sound that they were looking to achieve and just “ran with [...]
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