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7.31.2016 | Marilyn Manson - Holy Wood: Has its ups and downs.


7.30.2016 | Maren Morris - Hero: For fans of Kacey Musgraves.


Modern Baseball - Holy Ghost: A grown-up Front Bottoms.

Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals: More restrained, almost subdued in comparison.


7.26.2016 | Mitski - Puberty 2: Outstanding album of pop/rock/alt-R&B.


Martha - Blisters in The Pit Of My Heart: My favorite summer album of the year.


Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar: The Beautiful People barely scratches the surface of this great album.


Marilyn Manson - Portrait Of An American Family: Good enough to keep digging.


Late! - Pocketwatch: Culturally fascinating, objectively skippable.


Julie Ruin - Hit Reset: I would listen to almost anything with Katleen's vocals on it.


7.22.2016 | Invisible - Patience: Once touted as a TVOTR sound alike, but this is far from it.


Ink & Dagger - The Fine Art Of Original Sin: Late '90s hardcore was such a weird time.


Hotelier - Goodness: Not as good as Home, but still good enough.


G.L.O.S.S. - Trans Day Of Revenge: Very much looking forward to what is next.


Brian Fallon - Painkillers: The difference between this and Gaslight is slim.


The Falcon - Gather Up The Chaps: Feels disjointed.


Bob Dylan - Fallen Angels: No familiarity with the originals makes for a wonderful listen.


Dirty Nil - Higher Power: Such tension in the vocals make it compelling.


Direct Hit - Wasted Mind: Above average pop-punk.


Dikembe - Hail Something: Gritty post-punk.


Converge - You Fail Me Redux: Either I forgot how good the album was, or this mix is really that much better.


Camp Cope - Camp Cope: Indie rock with punk influences married to earnestness.


Chance The Rapper - Coloring Book: Still do not get the fascination.


Big Thief - Masterpiece: Chameleonic pop-punk.


Belvedere - Revenge Of The Fifth: Good, but not great, modern pop-punk.


Avalanches - Wildflower: Time to go back a revisit the debut, because this was really great.


The Apostles - Punk Obituary: Punk in the '80s was such a fascinating thing and this is a centerpiece.


Anderson .Paak - Malibu: Not really my thing, but damn if it is not tempting to go down the road.


7.10.2016 | Thrice - To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere: Songs meant for the stag fall flat on disc.


The Avalanches - Wildflower: Awesome follow-up that will make me revisit their beloved debut.


$eth - A Rehearsal For The Great Uprising: A huge, progressive, leap forward. Post-punk/metal/rock all in one.


$eth - The First Snack/Akorex B: More of the same.


Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Getaway: Feels completely uninspired.


Car Seat Headrest - Teens In Denial: No denying an album of the year contender. Great Titus Andronicus tour partner.


Bob Dylan - The 1985 Rehearsal Tape: I think there is one really good disc here.


Blood Orange - Freetown Sound: Not really my style, but a first step to becoming a convert.


Blink-182 - California: My first Blink album, and I liked it.


$eth - Acoustic Rage: Name dropped as an influence by Laura Jane Grace, justifiably.


Bob Dylan - After The Empire: A compelling case that even when down, Dylan is still better than most.


King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Nonagon Infinity: I could listen to this on repeat, as intended.


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