Chicago-based rockers The Cell Phones, led by an epic frontwoman, are the ones really saving rock and roll.
There’s only six tracks on this Brooklyn trio’s EP, but Jeff Moody thinks they’re just getting started.
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ new record, “Mosquito,” is an uninspired release to be avoided, just like the insect it’s named for.
Milk Music’s full-length debut “Cruise Your Illusion” doesn’t quite live up to the hype promised by its initial EP, “Beyond Living.”
Singer-songwriter Marnie Stern has lyrics that make her sound mid-midlife crisis, but what she can do with a guitar is incredible.
“Push the Sky Away” goes minimalist, which isn’t Nick Cave’s best move by a long shot.
The Night Marchers’ second LP “Allez! Allez!” is as good as anything John Reis does. So it’s extremely good.
Tegan & Sara’s new album, “Heartthrob,” puts them on the edge of mainstream success.
The noise rock band, touring the Midwest later this year, has a new record called “Honeys,” a chaotic mix of tracks, good and bad.
Louisville trio Neighbor strips it down and brings the rock and roll energy with their new album.