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The Gorgeous Hussies - Sweet Surrealistic Queen
Rocksposure reviews the new release from Salt Lake City's The Gorgeous Hussies. Click here for the review
KillCode - "To Die For"
Rocksposure puts NYC's KillCode in our sights. Click here for the review
His & Her Vanities - "The Mighty Lunge"
Rocksposure.com reviews the third album from Madison, WI's angular post-punkers. Click here for the review
"BeforeThisCity" By BeforeThisCity
Read Rocksposure's review of the debut release from BeforeThisCity. Click here for the review
Small Town Sleeper: 'Conversations...'
Rocksposure.com got the chance to see Small Town Sleeper live, and we couldn't leave the show without their debut album. Click here for the review
Mainstream Artist Reviews
We're just launching, so no, we don't have a back catalog of reviews covering every album ever made. So when we're not writing up the latest bands and their new releases, the Rocksposure crew will start filling in those blanks with reviews of the records that mattered to us in the past 300 odd days.
"Logos" By Atlas Sound
It starts, as always, with Bradford Cox sounding lost, wandering through leaky sink distortion and disembodied voices towards an acoustic guitar lullaby on "The Light That Failed." Then the fog clears, and we hear ... pop music? Click here for the full review
"ALBUM" By Girls
That's what it's called -- "Album." Not self-titled. "Album." Christopher Owens and Chet "JR" White called their band Girls and their debut album "Album." Oh it's just a title, you say, it doesn't mean anything.... Click here for the full review