Fifteen years after Voodoo, better than ever.
Charlotte Aitchison’s second LP is a warhead, a sonic sour bomb that conceals sneering attitude and caustic kiss-offs beneath an initially shimmering pop sheen.
You’re probably asking yourself where that saccharine caricature named Nicki Minaj went.
For the fourth November since 2011, the boys of One Direction have released a new album.
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Banks’ debut does not simply think outside the box, it blows the box to smithereens and steals the box’s man in the process.
“A love letter to the history of American music.” If that’s true, American music was all made in the same, very expensive garage.