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Real Estate’s “Atlas” is stand-out surf-rock

Real Estate has never been a band to step beyond its self-imposed borders. Since its debut, the band has had its feet pressed firmly...

The eccentric beauty of “St. Vincent”

“I think I’ve always tried to live at the intersection between accessibility and lunatic-fringe,” says Annie Clark, otherwise known as St. Vincent, on a...

NO “El Prado” Review

I first heard NO about two years ago — roughly late 2011 or early 2012 — on a car ride home late at night...

The Fleshtones “Wheel of Talent” Review

For all you punk and garage rock junkies out there living in an age dominated by pop, rap and hip-hop music, there is still...

Crosses “Crosses” Album Review

After two EPs and a ton of anticipation from fans of Chino Moreno — lead singer of the immensely popular nu-metal band, Deftones —...

Katy B “Little Red” Review

I initially felt pretty relaxed as I sat down to listen to Katy B’s sophomore album “Little Red,” but halfway through, I was energized...

Broken Bells “After the Disco” Review

In 2010, James Mercer of the Shins and acclaimed producer Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton, who has produced albums for the likes of the...

David Crosby “Croz” Review

After 20 years without releasing an album, the legendary David Crosby has finally returned with his new release, “Croz.” For those unfamiliar with the...

Lil B “05 Fuck Em” Review

Raw. Emotional. Real. Based. These are truths used to describe Lil B the Based God and thus his newest mixtape, “05 Fuck Em.” Months...

Young the Giant “Mind Over Matter” Review

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Young the Giant’s lead vocalist Sameer Gadhia sums up the difficulty of finding their voice in their...