Riley Breckenridge is the drummer of Thrice.
Inhale Exhale – Movement
Inhale Exhale Movement 	Mosh. Riff. Judd-judd. Riff. “Melodic” part. Riff. “Melodic” part. Judd-judd. “Melodic” part. Mosh. Über-mosh. “Melodic” part plus screaming. Slightly randomize formula for 10 tracks. Done. Okay. Maybe it’s not that simple. 	Inhale Ex ...
The Wedding – No Direction
The Wedding No Direction The Wedding (fronted by former Letter Kills singer Matt Shelton) make their Tooth & Nail debut with an album that is strong, but arguably disproportionate. No Direction’s title track leads off the record with a home run, as it’s far and away the catchiest track on the record—a catchy, mid-tempo, radio-friendly pop-rock number, complete with anthemic choruses, the “ra
Caspian – Waking Season
Caspian Waking Season The post-rock landscape has become a bit crowded in recent years, with new Mogwai and Explosions In The Sky clones seemingly cropping up every few weeks. Caspian carved out a sizable plot in the high-rent district of that overcrowded territory in 2009 with their second full-length, Tertia, a fantastic album that probably deserved more recognition than it received ... Read M
We Are The Ocean – Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow
We Are The Ocean Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow Losing a half of a two-headed frontman is tough. Taking a stylistic left-turn under the same moniker that a band built their fan base under is a big risk. Trying do both at the same time is an unenviable (and inadvisable) task, but that’s exactly what We Are The Ocean have done with their third full-length, Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow. The ... Read M
Radiohead – The King Of Limbs
Radiohead The King Of Limbs 	 	I wrote the following text on my personal blog after spending a day with Radiohead’s new album, The King Of Limbs: 		“I’ve listened to The King Of Limbs about three times in its entirety, and in fractions, about six or seven times. As has been the case ...