Sophomore effort shows a growing artist with a passion for songwriting.

The Las Vegas based alternative rock outfit returns from its 2011 effort Vices & Virtues with Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!

2 Chainz’s follow-up to 2012’s Based on a T.R.U. Story isn’t as catchy but it’s still a fun listen.

The R&B singer’s debut for Universal Republic retreads themes of sex and drugs from his popular mixtapes with a new polish.

The rapper’s new album entitled Long.Live.A$AP is a must listen.

Too much of Lightning, the new album from indie-faves Matt and Kim, feels familiar.

The Wedding Present returns with the non-traditionalist, indie rock album Valentina.

Ingrid Michaelson’s new album fails to give new life to her mellow music and lyrics.

The Family Sign discusses life issues like domestic abuse but also creates groovy melodies.

The Crystal Stilts’ latest album has sub-par singing and fails to invite listeners to sing along.