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Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Hearts of Oak album cover

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Hearts of Oak, 2003

9.0 / 10
Multiple Authors

[NOTE: Okay, I'll admit it. I'm way late. Hearts of Oak came out in February and now, half way into May, I'm finally sitting down to write this. Well, as ...

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Living with the Living album cover

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Living with the Living, 2007

8.4 / 10

Like a well-deserved punch to the face, a breath of fresh air in a smog-ridden city, or indeed, a good musician amongst a plethora of bad ones, Ted Leo and ...

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Tell Balgeary, Balgury is Dead album cover

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Tell Balgeary, Balgury is Dead, 2003

8.6 / 10

Ted Leo and his Pharmacists are sweeping the nation's rock and roll scene. People first began to take real notice of Mr. Leo with the release of his second LP, ...

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - The Brutalist Bricks album cover

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

The Brutalist Bricks, 2010

8.0 / 10

Their first record for Matador; their first record featuring new bassist Marty Key: The Brutalist Bricks is a record of firsts. It's the band's second shortest record, however (2004's Shake ...

Teenage Bottlerocket - American Deutsch Bag album cover

Teenage Bottlerocket

American Deutsch Bag, 2014

6.0 / 10

I never learned German in high school, but Teenage Bottlerocket must have because their latest 7’’ is a nod to the punk side of the German language. It's been nearly ...

Teenage Bottlerocket - Freak Out! album cover

Teenage Bottlerocket

Freak Out!, 2012

6.9 / 10

I’ve been hearing about the new wave of pop-punk for a while—how bands like Menzingers and Teenage Bottlerocket are reshaping the genre, building off predecessors like The Ramones, Screeching Weasel, ...

Teenage Bottlerocket - They Came From the Shadows album cover

Teenage Bottlerocket

They Came From the Shadows, 2009

6.5 / 10

I really wanted to like They Came From the Shadows. I did. And to an extent, I do. There are some very catchy pop-punk songs on this album. But this ...

Teenage Bottlerocket - Warning Device album cover

Teenage Bottlerocket

Warning Device, 2008

7.7 / 10

Bark Like a Dog by Screeching Weasel was the first punk rock album that I ever fell in love with, which means (in theory) that any album that reminds of ...

Tegan and Sara - Heartthrob album cover

Tegan and Sara

Heartthrob, 2013

9.5 / 10

Canadian sisterly duo Tegan and Sara Quin seem to think they’re fools in relationships. Just look at some of their song titles—“Fool to Cry,” “I Was A Fool,” etc. Something ...

Tegan and Sara - The Con album cover

Tegan and Sara

The Con, 2007

9.5 / 10

What is it about Canada? You know, Due South, The Arcade Fire, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Dan Aykroyd, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Terrance & Philip. Perhaps it’s merely been a ...

Tel Aviv - Underwaters album cover

Tel Aviv

Underwaters, 2007

8.0 / 10
200 Words Or Less

Okay this will be hard, but just try and stay with me here. Imagine this: Franz Ferdinand crossed with Radiohead. I know; it’s crazy, but a few listens to the ...

Teleplasmite  - Frequency Is The New Ecstasy album cover

Teleplasmite

Frequency Is The New Ecstasy, 2017

8.0 / 10

Another excellent release coming through the House of Mythology label, Teleplasmite is the brainchild of an unholy alliance between Mark O. Pillington, musician known from his work in Urthona and ...

Temple -  On the Steps of the Temple album cover

Temple

On the Steps of the Temple, 2012

5.0 / 10
200 Words Or Less

There is one readily surprising thing about Arizonan post-metallers Temple: despite the loud ensemble sound projected in their music, the entire album is the result of the work of just ...

Tempo No Tempo - Repetition album cover

Tempo No Tempo

Repetition, 2007

6.5 / 10
200 Words Or Less

Tempo No Tempo fit into that niche of bands that take equal influence from the worlds of indie rock and new wave. Musically speaking the two styles aren’t that distinct ...

Ten 33 - Nightmare on Grace St. album cover

Ten 33

Nightmare on Grace St., 2005

7.0 / 10

Yeah, I can get behind this. Speedy, straightforward hardcore punk with some youth crew influences and breakdowns. Sound like your thing? If so, I'd recommend peeping Ten 33's Nightmare on ...

Ten Grand - This Is the Way to Rule album cover

Ten Grand

This Is the Way to Rule, 2003

8.5 / 10
Multiple Authors

Who knew that such an exciting and promising musical force was sitting right across the border from me? After hearing so much about this band and being severely disappointed when ...

Ten Grand - This Is the Way to Rule album cover

Ten Grand

This Is the Way to Rule, 2003

7.0 / 10
Multiple Authors

Upon listening to this in a moving automobile with my father, he was quick to inform me that the singer of this band sounded like vocalist of The Murder City ...

Ten Grand - This Is the Way to Rule album cover

Ten Grand

This Is the Way to Rule, 2003

8.0 / 10
Multiple Authors

Ten Grand (formerly The Vidablue) are definately an acquired taste. Hearing their stuff before I thought it was just alright. Nothing to go nuts over. After seeing them live, my ...

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