Carnifex has come roaring back with its best album to date.
Pharrell proves why he's the reigning Grammy producer of the year on G I R L as he delivers some masterful production.
Underneath The Rainbow continues Black Lips' hot streak, and continues to solidify the weird cult-like mythos the band has been building since its inception.
This is like Diet We Are Scientists, but there are still some ear-pleasing moments to be found.
These mellow indie rockers effortlessly create an album of constant likability, but noticeably fall short in guts and charisma.
The Men's Tomorrow's Hits could potentially benefit Big Lots as a franchise.
When listeners get tired of rappers talking about money, women and drugs, Rick Ross will be out of a job. Until then, he'll stay one of the biggest (in more ways than one) rappers in the world.
Bobcats Beyond Gas teamed up with local musicians to get the word out about their latest cause.
Four very different acts graced the Basement, and it was enough to knock the socks off any musicphile.
Schoolboy Q becomes the poster boy for gangsta rap on Oxymoron. And he represents the genre well.
Lo-Fang's debut album Blue Film is soft alternative with electric pulses and an R&B undercurrent, but the lyrics are what is impressive.
Stay up late and hear four great bands this Friday at The Smiling Skull.
Casa Nueva will be entertaining attendees with a cohesive but eclectic group of rock acts from Ohio.
Those who disliked Mind Fish’s work might not want to dismiss Dean Tartaglia’s new band so quickly.
The Hotelier embodies all the best things about punk and emo, and Home Like Noplace Is There is a record in which to get lost.
Wolves Like Us use an insane amount of guitar riffs to impress the listener, but doesn't succeed before it's too late.
Radio mainstays of the past ten years, The Fray stick with their formula for success on their fourth album.
The Lips plan to rerelease an edited-down version of their 24-hour track for Record Store Day.
Neneh Cherry has had one hell of a history, and it all proves to be worth it on Blank Project.
An accomplished producer's first foray in rapping results in an instrumentally strong but lyrically weak record.