TDE, known for launching the careers of Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q, found their first female signee in SZA. Does her debut, Z, deliver?
It brings nobody pleasure to announce that Do to the Beast, the new one from The Afghan Whigs, is indeed a comeback in every sense of the word.
Kelis’ sixth and finest LP is not the gastronomic concept album suggested by its title. Food is instead a feast of sweaty funk grooves and impeccable soul melodies, consistently satisfying and often fabulous.
Reviews of new albums from Todd Terje, Bon Iver’s S. Carey, and Lefse Records’ Space Project.
The debut LP from Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks may be a bit uneven. But its campy Scooby Doo aesthetic is both charming and irresistible.
While EMA’s astonishing, chastening 2011 solo debut turned intimacy into a form of punishment, her new album, The Future’s Void, keeps listeners at arm’s length.
Reviews of the latest from Kaiser Chiefs, The Hold Steady, Foster the People, SOHN, Timber Timbre, Mr Little Jeans and more.
Here and Nowhere Else is Cloud Nothings’ victory lap.