The Drums: Encyclopedia


Play during those chilly, rainy, autumn days.

Interpol: Elpintor


Elpintor is not much different from previous albums.

The Growlers: Chinese Fountain


Something you wouldn’t expect from a guys who wear beer cans on their feet when they perform live.

Scruffy & The Janitors: Anglo


Anglo is a short, sweet, and in your face EP from Scruffy & The Janitors, a garage rock trio from  up the road in St. Joesph, MO. They’ve been getting some attention from radio stations around the area and for good reason .They’re a pretty good blues rock band just getting their feet wet (this is their first EP not recorded in a living room). Overall it’s a pretty standard hard rock EP. They don’t try to reinvent the wheel with any other their songs but they don’t really need to. Each song is less than 4 minutes and all but one of them is longer than 3 minutes. The lead singer of the band was…

Love Inks: Exi


Exi is so simple and sweet, what’s not to love about Love Inks?

Bahamas: Bahamas is Afie


Perfect Fall Album

Allah-Las: Worship the Sun


Atmospheric and perfect for sunny days.

Death From Above 1979: The Physical World


Something punk that you can dance to as well

Anthony D’Amato: The Shipwreck From the Shore


A good listen for the fall.

The Rentals: Lost In Alphaville


This album feels right at home amongst the synth-heavy dream pop.