A vibrant, diverse mix to kickstart your weekend.
Articles by Michael Madden
A remarkably ambitious album that’s just orderly enough to not fall apart.
2015 continues to provide stunning new releases.
Martin Scorcese, John Frankenheimer, and Guy Ritchie should suffice.
This week ranges from noise freakout to pastel retro-pop.
Basically, there’s going to be something for everyone.
On his debut album, the Brooklyn rapper keeps the spotlight on his own vision.
The first batch of new songs from 2015 reveals some high-end hip-hop and indie gems.
We’re dubbing this the ATL issue of our expanding hip-hop zine.
A breakup album that takes heartbreak in every direction possible.
It’s hard to imagine things getting much better for the Philly rockers.
Revisiting the albums upon which one of hip-hop’s mightiest empires was built.