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3.28.2015 | Various - Inside Llewyn Davis Soundtrack: A little too slick on the production.


Various - Treme, Music from the Series, Seasons 1 and 2: I really, really miss this show.


3.26.2015 | Various - Standing in the Shadows of Motown: Greatly looking forward to the film.


Uncle Tupelo - No Depression: Love the more upbeat songs. Some more than Wilco.


Usurp Synapse - Disinformation Fix: Unrelenting screamo for when you are in the mood.


3.24.2015 | Trash Talk - No Peace: Fantastic production, especially for what is essentially a hardcore album, but needs more listens


U.S. Bombs - Generation Kennedy No More: What the doc on Duane Peters. Worth it.


TS And The Past Haunts - Heart Attack: More Piebald, please.


Trash Talk - No Peace: Fantastic production, especially for what is essentially a hardcore album, but needs more listens


Pete Townshend - Empty Glass: Not The Who, but still pretty good.


3.20.2015 | Touche Amore - Is Survived By: GREAT first half. Love the desperation in the vocals.


Tool - Lateralus: I should have listened to this a long, long time ago.


Tool - Salival: Nice to have, but not essential.


Tool - Aenima: Firmly in the progressive rock genre. Top 5 for me.


3.19.2015 | Tool - 72826/Opiate: You can hear the beginnings of what would become.


Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield: Run of the mill.


Talk Talk - Spirit of Eden: I get the comparisons to Slint's style, but it is more than that.


Silver Mt. Zion - Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything: I love the direction they have taken themselves in recent years.


Talk Talk - Spirit of Eden: I get the comparisons to Slint's style, but it is more than that.


Taking Back Sunday - Happiness Is: I really enjoyed this. Certainly more on first listen than most of their releases.


Sundowner - Neon Fiction: I keep coming back for more.


Jonathan Stewart - Droning: Not really my thing.


Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes: Always seems to disappoint me.


3.08.2015 | Sheer Terror - Just Can't Hate Enough: This is great.


Solution Unknown - Discography: Great on its own. Even better in context.


Slint - Spiderland Remaster Bonus: Fascinating look. Wish there were more.


Shark? - True Waste: Great live band. Good enough studio output.


Saosin - In Search of Solid Ground: Musically between Coheed and Silversun. Easy to see the reason for attachment.


Sam Black Church - Let In Life: I weep for early '90s hardcore.


Safe and Sound - The Tides: Pretty good hardcore.


2.26.2015 | Lou Reed - Animal Serenade: I wish I could have seen him play.


Lou Reed - The Blue Mask: Every note, every syllable hangs with anticipation.


Lou Reed - Coney Island Baby: Where has this been all my life?


The Ramones - The Ramones/Rocket To Russia: Biopic gives me new appreciation for the band, beginning with these albums.


Chuck Ragan - 'til Midnight: Drawing from the best of his influences to make a great solo album.


Pusha T - My Name Is My Name: Well, now I know who was keeping Clipse afloat.


Of Montreal - Lousy With Sylvianbriar: Their best since Hissing Fauna.


2.22.2015 | Matt Pryor and James Dewees - EP: These guys need to work together more.


Matt Pryor - Wrist Slitter: My favorite of his solo albums.


Matt Pryor - Still, There's A Light: Great collection of B-Sides.


Polar Bear Club - Death Chorus: Less idiosyncratic, more awesome.


Orchid - Totality: Love it.


Orchid - Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!: Screamo at its finest.


One Small Step For Landmines - If You Could Get Over Me: Great acoustic songs.


One Small Step For Landmines - S/T: Less early-Saves The Day than their split with Davenport Cabinet.


Okkervil River - Silvery Gymnasium: This may be my favorite of theirs.


Connor Oberst - Upside Down Mountain: Feels very personal.


2.18.2015 | OFF! - Wasted Years: More of the same. Which is fine with me.


Nothing - Guilty of Everything: I need to be in the right headspace for shoegaze. I was not there for this.


Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks: I just cannot seem to care enough about what they do.


New Amsterdams - Outroduction: Some day, Matt Pryor will get his due in larger circles.


Mr. Little Jeans - Pocketknife: Not for me.


Mott The Hoople - Al The Young Dudes: Classic title track lives up to the hype.


Paul McCartney - New: Legends get more leeway in consideration for future listens.


Los Saicos - Demolicion The Complete Recordings: Death redux this is not. Worth listening this is.


2.07.2015 | Majority Rule - Emergency Numbers: Less hardcore, more avant garde.


Majority Rule - Interviews With David Frost: City of Caterpillar is now missed less.


Macklemore - The Heist: Overhyped.


Lorde - Pure Heroine: Considering the attention, I was expecting more.


Leaves - See You In The Afterglow: Always good.


1.19.2015 | Lawrence Arms - Metropole: Less than a stand out, more than a fill in.


Kings Of Leon - Mechanical Bull: Stadium rock that can be skipped.


Kay Dot - Hubardo: Greatness from a hit-or-miss band.


Joan Jett - Unvarnished: Meh from beginning to end.


Into It. Over It. - Intersections: Good, but not as much as Proper.


1.16.2015 | Into It. Over It. - Proper: Does not do the live show justice.


I Am The Avalanche - Wolverines: Nothing unexpected.


Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There: Great first track makes way for good rest of the album.


1.09.2015 | Tony Molina - Dissed And Dismissed: So simple, so great.


12.21.2014 | Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams: Not even close to Boys & Girls In America.


Haim - Days Are Gone: Some really, really great tracks on here.


Green Day - Demolicios: Exactly what should have been released.


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