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Elbow - The Take Off and Landing of Everything Review (6.5)   (03.13.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Elbow play it safe with album number six, The Taking Off and Landing of Everything.
Architects - Lost Forever // Lost Together Review (6.0)   (03.13.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

After two polarizing albums in as many years, metalcore outfit Architects return to their roots with their unrelenting new record, Lost Forever // Lost Together, but does it bring the desired results?
Blood Red Shoes - Blood Red Shoes Review (5.5)   (03.11.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes ditch their acclaimed producer in favour of going it alone on album number four, but did the risk pay off?
Metronomy - Love Letters Review (9.0)   (03.11.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Following the success of 2011's The English Riveira, Joe Mount and co. pay homage to a past life in the quintessential Metronomy record, the fabulous Love Letters.
MØ - No Mythologies To Follow Review (7.0)   (03.11.2014)  - David Hayter

Danish starlet MØ made a hell of impact with her early singles, but after two years of hype, was No Mythologies To Follow worth the wait?
Broken Bells - After the Disco Review (6.0)   (03.06.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Brian Burton and James Mercer team up once again as Broken Bells, but do they manage to build on the success of their debut or buckle under the pressure of considerable expectations?
Reverend and the Makers - ThirtyTwo Review (8.5)   (03.05.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Incorporating sounds as far-reaching as ska, indie, dance and 80s, Reverend and the Makers strike gold with album number four, the uncompromising ThirtyTwo.
Comeback Kid - Die Knowing Review (7.5)   (03.05.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Canadian hardcore band Comeback Kid continue to add to their aggressive back catalogue with album number five, Die Knowing.
Real Estate - Atlas Review (8.5)   (03.05.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

With their third full-length effort, Real Estate provided one of the most biting yet uplifting records in recent memory with the delightfully melancholy Atlas.
Rick Ross - Mastermind Review [2] (7.0)   (03.04.2014)  - Bill Wannop

Rick Ross returns with Mastermind, his sixth studio album, which Ross himself said was more street and a definite classic. Does Mastermind live up to the hype and continue the consistent quality that Rick Ross is known for, or does the album signal that the fall from grace has begun for Maybach Music?
Rick Ross - Mastermind Review (7.5)   (03.04.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Having put his controversies and criticisms behind him, Rick Ross employs the help of numerous guests to launch comeback record Mastermind, but how does it fare?
Lea Michele - Louder Review (7.0)   (03.04.2014)  - Jeremy Thomas

Glee star Lea Michele makes her major-label album debut with Louder! But does her album stand up to the mainstream pop heavyweights, or does the Broadway-trained diva have a voice that's not right for radio? 411's Jeremy Thomas checks in with his full review!
Major Lazer - Apocalypse Soon Review (2.0)   (03.04.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Following the success of his 2013 full-length album, producer Diplo releases EP Apocalypse Soon from his Major Lazer project, but how does it fare?
We Are Scientists - TV en Français Review (6.5)   (03.04.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

We Are Scientists return with another album packed full with corking indie anthems, but is it to the standard of their previous material?
Pharrell Williams - G I R L Review (7.0)   (03.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Fresh off a monster comeback in 2013 and the massive solo single "Happy," Pharrell Williams looks to deliver on considerable promise with what will surely be one of the biggest records of the year.
Silversun Pickups - The Singles Collection Review (8.0)   (03.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

One of the best indie rock outfits of the decade compile all of their singles into one glorious record.
The Fray - Helios Review (4.0)   (03.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Helios is album number four from The Fray, but can it recapture the magic of the band's past successes?
Kid Cudi - Satellite Flight: Journey to Mother Moon Review (9.0)   (03.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Kid Cudi surprised us last week with the release of a new album, a sprawling journey through time and space, but is it a mere stop gap on the way to Man on the Moon III or does it have its own artistic merit?
(Crosses) (Crosses) Review (6.5)   (02.28.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Deftones' main man Chino Moreno returns with his latest side project, the experimental electronic rock band Crosses, but has the debut album been worth the wait?
Schoolboy Q - Oxymoron Review (8.0)   (02.28.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Scoolboy Q's major label debut Oxymoron is his most personal record to date, but does it deliver on the hype surrounding it?
Indica - Shine Review (5.0)   (02.27.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

A rock group comprising solely of smoking hot Scandinavian chicks - what can possibly go wrong?
Grand Magus - Triumph and Power Review (6.0)   (02.27.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Metal heavyweights Grand Magus return with album number seven, but is it as triumphant as its title suggests?
Nina Nesbitt - Peroxide Review (9.0)   (02.27.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt debuts with an album of unconventional wit and wisdom well beyond her tender years.
Fanfarlo - Let's Go Extinct Review (4.0)   (02.26.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Dream pop outfit Fanfarlo contemplate life, its meaning, how and why we got here and all things in between on new album Let's Go Extinct, but is it a worthwhile exercise?
Issues - Issues Review (7.0)   (02.26.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Metalcore sextet Issues offers its denut full length release, blending ferocious riffs and R&B grooves in hopes of giving the genre the kick up the back side it needs, but does it succeed?
The Chain Gang of 1974 - Daydream Forever Review (3.5)   (02.26.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

You'll have heard the wonderful "Sleepwalking" on the GTAV soundtrack, but does the major label debut from The Chain Gang of 1974 live up to its big promotional singles?
Beck - Morning Phase Review (9.5)   (02.25.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Twelve years after the release of Sea Change, Beck offers up its "companion piece," the brilliantly expansive Morning Phase. How does it compare to his impressive back catalogue?
St. Vincent - St. Vincent Review (9.0)   (02.25.2014)  - David Hayter

To her critics, St. Vincent is easier to admire than to love, but on her self-titled fourth album Annie Clark delivers killer grooves and irresistible hooks to match her avant-garde poses.
Wild Beasts - Present Tense Review (10.0)   (02.25.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Following three albums of significant critical acclaim, WIld Beasts return with Present Tense, but can it match the success of their previous efforts. The answers may surprise you.
Clare Maguire - Clare Maguire EP Review (7.0)   (02.24.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

After a few years out of the spotlight, singer-songwriter Clare Maguire returns with a more personal sound on her self-titled EP.
Behemoth - The Satanist Review (7.0)   (02.24.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Extreme metal titans Behemoth returns following a health scare to deliver their most important record yet, The Satanist, but does it measure up to the band's high standards?
We Are The In Crowd - Weird Kids Review (6.0)   (02.20.2014)  - David Hayter

We Are The In Crowd are intent on making music that matters; Punk Pop that takes itself and the issues it raises seriously, but do they have what it takes to pull it off?
The Family Rain - Under the Volcano Review (7.0)   (02.19.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Blues rock trio The Family Rain look to ignite the scene and live up to the hype with debut effort Under the Volcano, and they don't do a bad job.
Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness Review (7.0)   (02.19.2014)  - David Hayter

The world ignored her once, they won't make the same mistake a second time as Angel Olsen's second album offers a stunningly beautiful take on loneliness and sorrow.
Katy B - Little Red Review (9.0)   (02.11.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

British dance queen Katy B offers up a much more personal record with Little Red, and continues to make great strides for the genre as a whole with the album of the year to date.
Katy B - Little Red Review [2] (6.5)   (02.11.2014)  - David Hayter

Katy B is determined to move on from one of 2011's finest albums, but as her sound evolves on Little Red has Katy lost the bold spirit and earthy charisma that made her a star.
Maximo Park - Too Much Information Review (7.5)   (02.11.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Maximo Park embrace a new sound in search of a return to their glory days in album number five, Too Much Information.
Skindred - Kill the Power Review (7.0)   (02.07.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

With influences from ska to dub-step, from drum and bass to reggae and everything in between, Skindred produce another melting pot of metal madness in fifth studio album Kill the Power.
The Rifles - None the Wiser Review (5.0)   (02.06.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

London indie outfit The Rifles return with album number four, but is it the much-needed home run or more of the same run of the mill indie rock regularities of their back catalogue?
Within Temptation - Hydra Review (8.5)   (02.04.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Dutch symphonic metal veterans Within Temptation return with their sixth studio album.
Bombay Bicycle Club - So Long, See You Tomorrow Review (8.0)   (02.04.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Bombay Bicycle Club returns with its fourth album in five years, and yet another new sound. Join me for a track-by-track review of So Long, See You Tomorrow, one of the year's best albums to date.
The Gaslight Anthem - The B-Sides Review (6.5)   (02.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

The Gaslight Anthem present a collection of acoustic performances, live tracks and covers recorded between 2008 and 2011.
Of Mice and Men - Restoring Force Review (8.0)   (02.03.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Metalcore outfit return with a new line-up, new producer and a new sound, but how effective is the resulting third studio album Restoring Force?
You Me At Six - Cavalier Youth Review (5.5)   (01.28.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Surrey pop-punk quintet return with their fourth studio album Cavalier Youth.
Young the Giant - Mind Over Matter Review (6.0)   (01.28.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Indie rockers Young the Giant return with their second album, Mind Over Matter, but do they manage to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump and build on their promising debut?
Mogwai - Rave Tapes Review (4.0)   (01.25.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Rave Tapes is album number eight from post-rock band Mogwai, but is it the heavily-speculated reinvention of the band or more of the same?
Against Me! - Transgender Dysphoria Blues Review (7.0)   (01.24.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Transgender Dysphoria Blues is the first album following the sex change of frontwoman Laura Jane Grace. Does it rely too much on its concept or does it signify the band's return to form?
Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Wanderlust Review (9.0)   (01.24.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Former disco queen goes folk pop on comeback album with alarmingly successful results.
Warpaint - Warpaint Review (9.0)   (01.22.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

The year's first truly great album.
Ed Harcourt - Time of Dust Review (8.0)   (01.22.2014)  - Daniel Wilcox

Veteran singer-songwriter returns with a delightful new EP Time of Dust
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