Jolting approach not entirely a success, but Des Ark keep things interesting
Bright Eyes' self-titled release shows the artist's maturation.
Harmonizations and the slower moments stand out as the small touches come together for music that displays an ultimate regard for pop music.
This gum succeeds where other new chewing gum products have failed.
It is clear that The Great Lakes Myth Society have debuted with an album befitting a much more experienced band.
Tom D'Arcy, previously of The Carnations — makes a stunning debut with Small Sins as The Ladies and Gentlemen.
Neon and Ruin is Slender Means' debut album, though you'd never guess it while listening.
The Weight is a Gift is Nada Surf's fourth full length and their most mature release since the band's inception.
The Long Winters, led by mastermind John Roderick, have ventured from their usual musical stylings, moving into new territory.