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Death of a Bachelor – Panic! at the Disco

Brendon Urie may be the only member remaining in Panic! At The Disco, but his band has never sounded as complete as it does now. With Panic! At The Disco’s fifth full-length, Death of a Bachelor, Urie is firing off every weapon in his sonic arsenal that he has acquired since his debut, A Fever… Read more »

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Eyes Wide Open – Sabrina Carpenter

It’d be easy to write Sabrina Carpenter off as just another Disney girl with a voice, but that would be denying yourself the beautiful songs this upcoming indie-pop songstresses has collected over the past year. Her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, is as innocent as it is edgy, and worth every penny. The album opener, “Eyes Wide… Read more »

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Future Hearts – All Time Low

All Time Low’s sixth studio album Future Hearts is shaping up to be their best release yet. Even if you’re partial to So Wrong It’s Right and the earlier days of ATL, this album is impossible not to love. It’s been a few years since Don’t Panic, and in that time All Time Low has… Read more »

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Chaos And The Calm – James Bay

2009 and 2010 were really big years for artists who swung towards the rock/country/soul route like Gavin DeGraw and John Mayer. Generally formulaic, but undeniably infectious, the love ballads brought to us by the most angelic voices once dominated everyone’s music library. We seem to be lacking that nowadays. When we aren’t inundated with synthesized… Read more »

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Summer Bones – Hit The Lights

The current generation of music fans can barely hold their attention on one record or band for more than a week, which makes letting three years pass in-between albums a risky move – especially when your last one didn’t catch on all that well. But Hit The Lights have nothing to fear as Summer Bones… Read more »

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Living Room – AJR

We are all so familiar with the popular statement “I’m Ready!” From our dear old friend SpongeBob Sqaurepants but AJR gives it a different spin on their first single, “I’m Ready“. This with it’s SpongeBob voice over and catchy verses, this song is definitely going to be stuck in your head for a good week…. Read more »

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Just Kids – Mat Kearney

Four years after Mat Kearney’s last album came out, he’s back into the game with JUST KIDS.  This album starts off with “Heartbreak Dreamer” a Bruce Springsteen-sque kind of sound.  The song gives the listeners a little bit of hope that everything will be okay. This is definitely giving you a feel for this album. The… Read more »

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Our Own House – MisterWives

In an industry that thrives off of the surplus of indie/pop music, MisterWives, as a whole, is carried into the forefront with their first full-length record, Our Own House. The record’s oozing charm and personality is a direct testament to how a debut offering possesses the ability to receive an even greater amount of praise… Read more »