Jessie Ware certainly knows her strengths, but does everyone with a hand or two in Tough Love’s creation know them, too?
Foxygen have distended from tight, trim retro-pop to unkempt, unfocused conceptual goo in less than two years.
Honesty is difficult and brutal and it should be.
Taiga is Zola Jesus’ pop album, but it’s not like she has ever not been directly in conversation with pop.
Caribou’s most dance-floor friendly album yet is also his least cohesive.
Everything Will Be Alright in the End is without a doubt better than anything the band has released in the past 10 years, but it’s not a great Weezer album.
The former GIRLS frontman delivers his second solo album since his band’s dissolution.