22 Oct 2018

“311” by 311

The self-titled third album by the Omaha, Nebraska band is a seamless blend of rock, rap and funk influences with a glossy radio-ready production aimed at the mainstream.

Mike Hunt 0 Read More
14 Oct 2018

“Version 2.0” by Garbage

Sporting sparkly electronic layers, the album presented a future-leaning sound that also tipped the hat to the past.

Andrew Koch 0 Read More
09 Oct 2018

“Libertine” by Gene

The Londoners’ fourth and final studio LP recaptures the earnestness of Olympian and the beautiful emotional onslaught of Drawn To The Deep End.

Newton Zass 0 Read More
08 Oct 2018

“So” by Peter Gabriel

The singer’s fifth studio release and his first non-eponymous one is his most accessible, catapulting him from cult artist to mainstream superstar.

Newton Zass 0 Read More
25 Sep 2018

“Bad English” by Bad English

The debut LP released by the supergroup formed by members of Journey and The Babys was a confident foray through hair metal rock and power ballads, the cornerstones of the entire project.

Gunnar Gerhardt 0 Read More