Roxy Music founder gets bogged down in camp and overblown sentimentality.
What might be the last Cult of Youth album features some of the prettiest moments Sean Ragon has ever put to tape.
Cleveland rock duo wed blues to prog rock under a veil of inexorable hooks and underused instruments.
Like a reassuring pat on the back that everything will turn out OK.
Young Winchester trio ride the wave of their dingy Ramones-meets-Beach Boys shtick.
The future that SUNBEARS! imagine sounds suspiciously like a well-worn past.
The spirit, if not the mystique, of The Basement Tapes sessions lives on.
The Norwegian duo’s final full-length offsets its melancholy with a surprising megalomania.
Southern rap king charts the middle ground between sonic playmaker and star.
The Mars Volta’s twin visionaries deliver the straightforward rock album nobody was expecting.
Parquet Courts offshoot grapples with the qualms of the modern age.
The Thurlow sisters’ second album explores the conflict between inner lives and outer selves.
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