Album Stream Posts

It's been almost a decade since Death From Above 1979 released their seething, monstrous full-length debut You're A Woman, I'm A Machine. As of right now, that's the only proper album the band has…   Read Story »
Ryan Adams has been open about the long path that led to the three-year wait between Ashes & Fire and his new self-titled full length. In that time, he's settled down with wife Mandy Moore and and…   Read Story »
When we named Ryan Pollie's project Los Angeles Police Department a Band To Watch earlier this month, I had this to say about his debut album: "It's built on regret, on making mistakes, or perhaps…   Read Story »
Danish producer Trentemøller worked with some exciting guest musicians on his last album, Lost, including Lower Dens singer Jana Hunter ("Gravity"), the Drums' Jonny Pierce ("Never Stop Running"),…   Read Story »
We named Ballet School a Band To Watch because their winterfresh guitar-music-disguised-as-keyboard-music was sleek, stylish, and -- above all else -- a rush. The Berlin trio demonstrated its…   Read Story »
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about the new album from Oregon doom trio Yob, Clearing The Path To Ascend, and rather than repost my entire review here, I'll leave you with the two sentences that…   Read Story »
When I spoke with Heems over the winter, he mentioned an upcoming EP with British actor Riz Ahmed (AKA Riz MC) under the name Sweatshop Boys. Turns out they're spelling it Swet Shop Boys (pun), and…   Read Story »
NYC post-goth now-trio Interpol announced their "comeback" album, El Pintor, at the beginning of this summer. They've already premiered a couple really good new songs, "All The Rage Back Home" and…   Read Story »
It's been a weird year for Neill Jameson, aka Imperial, the man behind the seminal American black metal project Krieg. If you follow the guy on Facebook, you know he's constantly dealing with…   Read Story »
Atlanta drug-rap motivational speaker Jeezy has now made five proper studio albums, as well as a neverending string of mixtapes. As far as the album-albums go, all of them are good, and a couple of…   Read Story »