Barry Jenkins’ film is its own singular creation, one that is unique and unmissable.
Justin Vernon challenges listeners to accept a new, self-aware perspective, one delivered honestly and beautifully.
An artifact from an alternate reality where Bowie played things remarkably safe.
Guitar rockers deliver lean, mean protest music complete with Stones-like guitar workouts.
The eccentric singer-songwriter returns to her roots with intriguing unconventionality and pop appeal.
Vampire tropes and menstrual blood turn into beautifully crafted weapons of empowerment on the Norwegian musician’s sixth album.
Andrea Arnold’s tale of wandering youth is striking and immediate.
Tom Krell goes for full pop grandeur and reaches some gorgeous heights.
There are very few constants in life, but another warm record from Van the Man seems par for the course.
M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller shines with a powerful lead performance.
Chicago rapper spreads love and truth without rejecting the pains of reality.
The Boss curates a set of tunes that act as companion to his new memoir, including unreleased material.