She and Him - Volume 3: Seems to get better with each album.
Scuzbot - Shapes and Trends: Lazy comparison to Weezer without the knack for melody.
Scum of Toytown - Strike: Certainly more polished, but the songs themselves are not as strong.
Scum of Toytown - Fight Truth Decay: Love the rawness.
Savages - Silence Yourself: Good, but walks too fine a line between tension and melody.
Mort Sahl - 1960, Or Looking Forward In Anger/A Way Of Life: Dated, but still funny enough. Anyway.
RVIVR - The Beauty Between: Such palpable exuberance makes it difficult to not like.
Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels: So good. Looking forward to more.
Omar Rodriguez Lopez - Solo Extrano: Sucked in by the good reviews only to be let down.
Rodriguez - Cold Fact/Coming From Reality: Great, but hard to judge independent of back story.
Rival Mob - Mob Justice: More traditional, just as great.
Rival Mob - Raw Life: So angry, so good.
Rilo Kiley - RKives: Glad to hear, but understand why it hit the cutting-room floor.
Radon - Metric Buttloads Of Rock: Worthy reunion LP.
Radon - We Bare All: I will take the bad with the good.
Radon - 28: Gainesville is one of this country's most underexposed musical cradles.
Queens Of The Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork: I have never gotten the buzz.
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