Excited but understated, Sweetener requires a time to sit. Let it fully dissolve, and you get the best taste.
If you ever needed a soundtrack for scrolling through the corners of the internet, I’m All Ears is here for you.
Despite a title suggesting pure freedom, Liberation fails to bring many novel ideas to
There’s no way to get around this: the worst part about Nas’s new album is Nas.
When Pusha T calls Daytona “Album of the motherfucking year” at the end of “The Story of Adidon”, it’s not an empty boast – it might very well be.
Lykke Li finds a new avenue for her sorrow with So Sad, So Sexy, and much to her surprise, she kinda likes how it makes her feel
For an artist defined by grandiosity, Ye is frustratingly slight.
5 years removed from a massive single, a massive tour, and a massive record, the Arctic Monkeys have decided to release a concept record about a lounge singer on the moon.
On her thrilling second LP, Barnett abandons third-person intricacy for broader statements.
Beach House’s new record lives up to all the hype you can heap on it and more. It is massive and intimate, dense yet understandable, fresh yet classic.
Janelle Monáe spent years using metaphors and symbols to express herself. By deciding to use pieces of herself this time, she created her most impactful record to date.
In the five years since Immunity was released, it has become something of a cult classic. Singularity is the follow up every fan would hope for.
She’s played SXSW, she has a fan in Mark Ronson, she discovered a species of spider at age four, and she’s only 19-years-old. She’s Mallrat, and she’s just happy to call music her “job.”
Belcalis Almanzar proved the haters wrong and released a debut album. Though no masterpiece, Invasion of Privacy’s backstory resonates throughout the album.
Isolation makes a fitting title for Uchis’s long-awaited debut, where she manages to create an entire existence and narrative all by herself.