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Mogwai “Rave Tapes” Review

With a career that has expanded beyond the realm of albums, Mogwai is no stranger to the instrumental rock scene. The 17-year post-rock veterans...

Warpaint “Warpaint” Review

Women have successfully dominated the music industry recently, from big pop stars like Beyonce and Katy Perry to promising newcomers like Lorde. And now,...

Lanterns on the Lake “Until the Colours Run” Review

Over the past 10 years or so, baroque-pop-influenced music has made a steady comeback. The likes of Arcade Fire, the National, St. Vincent, Regina...

Black Knights “Medieval Chamber” Review

With Wu-Tang backing as part of the Killa Bees, mentoring from the one and only RZA and production duties handled by the great guitarist...

Kid Ink “My Own Lane” Review

Going to a party? If the DJ has a good ear for crowd-pleasers, be prepared to hear several tracks from Kid Ink’s newest album,...

Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones “Foreverly” Review

Cover albums are always a tricky thing. It’s difficult for musicians to encapsulate the original artist while incorporating their own twists and originality. This...

Mat Zo “Damage Control” Review

When the thought of a music album crosses one’s mind, it is usually defined by a potpourri of an artist’s recent works thrown together...

Eminem “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” Review

Attempting to pinpoint the single feature that made Eminem the best-selling artist of the past decade is a challenging and nearly futile task. After...

Tennis “Small Sound” Review

Tennis — composed of husband and wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley — has warmed indie-loving hearts with their unique vocals and knack...

Arcade Fire “Reflektor” Review

“Oh, when love is gone / Where does it go?” questions Arcade Fire lead singer Win Butler in the song “Afterlife,” off the band’s...