The California duo return with a shamelessly self-indulgent declaration of emotional intensity.
An attempt to please everyone ends up leaving nobody entirely satisfied.
A beautiful and somber reflection on our times.
On their third effort, the revamped London trio trades awkwardness and anxiety for ambition.
The icon creates 54 minutes of seamless ambient music that asks listeners to look inward.
A professional but uninspired collaboration between metal heavyweights.
Killer Mike and El-P stick to the fiery formula they know best.
A record concerned with little more than keeping up appearances.
A riotous retread begins a year that’ll see plenty more from Reznor and Ross.
A final gift from 2016’s brightest star.
The MC’s new concept album shows his growth as both an artist and a person.
The rock legends turn in a comfortable, if snoozy batch of classic blues covers.