16 Frames' 2009 debut album, Where It Ends, features a pleasant and melodic handful of yearning, radio-ready alt-rock. Centered around the impassioned vocals and songwriting of frontman Steve Sulikowski, 16 Frames make the kind of tastefully produced melodic guitar rock that has been the core of the adult alternative rock sound from U2 through the Goo Goo Dolls, Coldplay, and the Fray. Which is to say that all of the tracks on Where It Ends will fit nicely next to such bands on modern rock radio or as background music for television dramas, as some of these cuts already have on MTV's The Hills and ABC's Men in Trees. And that isn't a bad thing, as Sulikowski has a knack for a heartfelt lyric matched to a melody line that sticks in your head. While not the most innovative rock music you'll ever hear, Where It Ends is enjoyable, professional mainstream rock.
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