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Aly & AJ - With Love From
Aly & AJ describe this record as a postcard to their fans; something they can listen to anywhere that brings the concert to them. Usually I do not buy what artists sell in this department but I think the Michalka sisters hit the nail on the head here. The songs on With Love From are laid out like snapshots on a canvas, encompassing their own moments in life and the intense feelings attached to them. Moments of hope, moments of despair. Moments of ecstasy, moments of exhaustion. What may ... read more

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Arcade Fire - Funeral
As a Canadian I have always felt obliged to like Arcade Fire. Before I really got into music, I had bits and pieces of this album in my playlists and never took the time to listen closely or acknowledge the talent that went into birthing this brainchild. I loved "Wake Up" and "Rebellion (Lies)" but my gaze never drifted too far past these two songs. Soon enough, Neon Bible and The Suburbs would enter my periphery, once again not having much of an impact on me; other artists ... read more
Turnstile - GLOW ON
I am so glad that I found this album, oh my God. This is the perfect soundtrack to an internal rage release or a moment of unrelenting emotional intensity. I am not well-versed in the hardcore or punk scenes but the music here is so beautifully clean that it sometimes makes me forget that I am even listening to punchy abrasion. Turnstile's vocalist is ridiculously talented and the ways in which he demonstrates his ability throughout the record give me the impression that the band is all about ... read more
Poppy - I Disagree
The story of Poppy is quite a complex one and this record signifies several twists in said story. The most glaring twist is in her style as Poppy makes a sharp left turn into industrial metal and away from the dance-y electropop that dominated her previous work. I will admit that I think this is Poppy at her best sonically; not only is she collaborating with musicians who can execute this type of music wonderfully, but she is also telling the world that she is slowly breaking free from her ... read more
Lana Del Rey - Did you know that there's a tunnel under Ocean Blvd
At this point, Lana Del Rey has shown us that she knows how to put together smooth, contemplative piano music. With her lyricism that is still deeply entrenched in 1900s Americana and her voice that can make listeners both swoon and sob, she knows exactly what she is doing and is understandably proud of it. The work here is admirable; the title track brings us into this new world of hers, the interludes provide extremely powerful dichotomies to the lyrical themes of earlier songs, the slower ... read more
Wet Leg - Wet Leg
Dude this is groovy. I always put this album on whenever I need a mood or energy booster; the extraordinarily clean guitar licks and smooth song transitions really put a pep in my step. The time goes by quickly because of how much fun the tracks sound, including the slow "Loving You", which has an even more insane demo that completely flips the tempo and instrumentation on their heads. There is joy to be had in the faster songs – taking seemingly trivial situations and ... read more


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