Tidal promises to be the music service that rewards fans and artists alike. It’s a nice idea, if Tidal can pull it off someday. That day isn’t today.
Courtney Barnett’s marvelous debut feels like an unputdownable short story collection set to rock music.
Björk teams up with Venezuelan phenom Arca and delivers her most devastating and luxuriant record since Homogenic.
Rebel Heart pounds out the case for her legacy. But too many tracks obscure what could have been a solid comeback attempt.
In which Bob Dylan bends the American Songbook to his will with gravelly ease.
The punk trio emerges triumphant from its “indefinite hiatus” with No Cities To Love, a vital comeback and, even better, a breathtaking Sleater-Kinney record.
Seeds isn’t TV on the Radio’s strongest album, but it is a radiant reboot, a move forward and a reason to move.