Another solid set of garage rock with melody and hooks to spare, and a few extended slower tracks to boot.
Two years after releasing an album as sheet music, Beck teams up with 19 other artists to finally issue a listening companion.
Singer/songwriter’s latest is her first album in six years as well as the first since Rilo Kiley’s breakup; it’s also her best.
A short listen at only 19 minutes long, but as vital a punk record as you’re going to hear in 2014.
A perfectly fine middle-of-the-road metal record, which doesn’t feel like enough at this stage of the NoLa band’s career.
Debut by duo of Drew Citron and Frankie Rose starts off strong, but has diminishing returns as it goes on.
Electronic duo explores ideas of psychological analysis and mental illness through abstract and dark electronic compositions.
A raw and intense blast of punk blues in the vein of Gun Club, with added terror for effect.