Yearly Archives: 2010
Strong, emotive folk-punk and not a single wasted track make Rock & Roll one of the finest releases of the year.
The Damned Things do their best to bring what Motley Crue, Anthrax and Thin Lizzy have done in the past into the present.
Ke$ha returns with a 9 track EP entitled Cannibal, and the title is directly proportional to the lyrical content: fierce.
On Radio Down!, the Aquabats continue to do what they do best and work with an aspect of their music that...
This NOFX / The Spits EP is going to be a one time only, limited pressing so, if you want one, you'd better get on it quickly.
Kris Roe was never one to shy away from wistful songwriting. The man who seems to have the eternal blues continues to wear his heart proudly on his sleeve.
It makes sense because Try and Stay Upright is fuelled by a sense of loss, and pain, and a lot of questions. Arrows are Australia’s poets of melancholia
We have for some time, suspected that My Chemical Romance’s musical influences were much more than guitar riffs ridden with teen angst and emotional instability. From...
The Queers are the definition of a band that is doing it for the love. Sure, this album is interchangeable with virtually any other in their back catalogue; but there's that same energy and fun that's been there since day one.
The best thing I could say about Television City Dream’s reissue is that I’d buy the same album twice.