IIOI/KOJI (No Sleep). Review by P. McEver.
This is Where You Belong (Virgin Records). Review by Brittany Sturges.
Brace Yourself (Octone). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Former Something Corporate frontman Andrew McMahon takes his new project Jack’s Mannequin on the road after a fight with Leukemia failed to drown his spirits. Jen Cray reports a vibe of hope at his warm-up Orlando gig.
Everything In Transit (Maverick). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Generation of the Numb (Retrospect). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Today’s episode: “Indie Geek admits to being an Emo Loser.” Narration by Rob Walsh.
In Reverie (Dreamworks/Vagrant). Review by Margie Libling.
North (Geffen/Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
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Leaving Through the Window (Drive Thru / MCA). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Living Well is the Best Revenge (Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
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…Has a Gambling Problem (Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
Audioboxer EP (Drive-Thru/MCA). Review by Matt Cibula.
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