El-P and Killer Mike vault over the bar they set impressively high just last year.
The album doesn’t just transport us to Weezer’s younger days—it ushers us into their future.
Over a decade later, the album remains the Pumpkins’ most honest effort.
Mike Hadreas’ boldest album bridges the schism between strengths and insecurities.
Humanity engaged through a surveyor’s scope, tooth-rattling rhythms, and brain-invading riffs.
The Durham, NC roots outfit is world-weary, yet hopeful on their excellent Merge debut.
The alt rock troubadour gets dumb, fun, and perfect with his latest foray into punk.
An album that defies the latest round of claims that rock and roll is dead.
They were Unicorns, but they were people too.
An ambitious, autobiographical, and enthralling statement from Timothy Showalter.
Exactly the villain our history needs.
While not the equal of its siblings, still one of the great albums in rock and roll history.
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