Local Review: Iridia – Cognition
Review: Withered Hand – New Gods

Review: Withered Hand – New Gods
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New Gods is the second release from the Edinburgh-based Withered Hand. Dan Willson brings his folk-rock ness to the table once again, and this time, it’s all about the love. … read more

Local Review: Storms – Critter
Review: Spiritual Rez – Apocalypse Whenever

Review: Spiritual Rez – Apocalypse Whenever
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This fourth album, and first album not self-produced, is a huge step for this seven-piece Boston reggae/ska/progressive rock band. … read more

Review: Boogat – Neo-Reconquista

Review: Boogat – Neo-Reconquista
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Boogat = Delinquent Habits + Gogol Bordello – Pit Bull
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Review: Low Fat Getting High – Self-Titled

Review: Low Fat Getting High – Self-Titled
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Low Fat Getting High = Queens of the Stone Age + Nirvana + Pennywise … read more

Review: Modern Rivals – Cemetery Dares

Review: Modern Rivals – Cemetery Dares
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Cemetery Dares is the first album from the Brooklyn quintet Modern Rivals. The 10-track release was recorded over 12 days in a freezing recording studio (complete with bed bugs) and—despite those conditions—this is one of the happiest things I’ve ever heard. … read more

Review: Lithuania – Hardcore Friends
Review: Modern Suits – Every Light

Review: Modern Suits – Every Light
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Modern Suits = Chris Daughtry + Lifehouse + Sister Hazel … read more

Review: I, a Man – Gravity Wins Again

Review: I, a Man – Gravity Wins Again
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Gravity Wins Again is the first full-length album from I, a Man (named after the 1967 Andy Warhol film). The album is wonderfully self-produced, allowing the band to sound exactly as they like. … read more