Against Me! and Laura Jane Grace have been making essential punk albums for the past decade-plus… and Shape Shift With Me is no exception. You want angry relationship identity punk? You got it, kid. Check out my review of Shape Shift With Me for Rolling Stone right here.
The Delta Riggs are a good band. Active Galactic is an album made by that good band. You should take my advice and totally read my review of that good band’s new album to find out if it’s good or not (pro tip: good bands tend to make good albums) by reading my (hopefully good) review of it for Rolling Stone… right here.
Read my Rolling Stone review of the new Stonefield record, As Above So Below — and how I think it compares to their debut of a couple years back — right here.
*Hint: considering my predilection for psyche-y stoner rock, it might not come as much of a surprise that I like it.
I really like the new Pity Sex record. Find out why in my review of it for Rolling Stone…. here.
Luca Brasi are pretty damn good. Find out how good in my Rolling Stone review of their third album ‘If This Is All We’re Going To Be’ right here.
Frothing. Violent Soho are really, really good. If you want to know just how good, read my review of their stinkingly great new record, WACO.
It’s in this issue of Rolling Stone… and here.
Mothers are from Athens, Georgia, and they’re really, really good. Find out *how* good in my review of ‘When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired’ for Rolling Stone right here.