Review: The Script - "No Sound Without Silence"

With their bubbly pop-bordering-on-alternative sound and their penchant for romantic lyrics, The Script has always been a favorite guilty pleasure. They are an easy band to listen to and every record they release never fails to produce at least one or two hits. There’s “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved,” the song which introduced them to the world, from their self-titled debut, then “For the First Time” from Science and Faith, and, of course, “Six Degrees of Separation” from #3. Now, two years after their most recent record, the Irish band is back with their fourth album No Sound Without Silence.
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Review: Karen O - "Crush Songs"

Part of the handful of bands responsible for the re-emergence of indie music, Karen O and the rest of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs has been in the business for more than a decade now. It’s almost hard to imagine her doing anything else other than artsy-fartsy punk rock let alone something mellow and stripped down, but that’s exactly the road she takes on her first solo record Crush Songs.
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