Sometimes sweetness works better than seriousness.
Self-consciously cool and utterly forgettable, the band’s fifth album flirts with U2 levels of hubris.
LCD Soundsystem’s drummer fits right in with his DFA labelmates, but never strikes out on his own limb.
Dan Snaith brings his talents to the sea. Sort of.
The New Pornographers sounded better than ever Friday night in L.A.
A visual and auditory treat despite the societal anxiety.
A sturdy World War II actioner that depicts war as vicious, ugly, and pervasive.
The band’s first US tour in seven years opens up old teen angst.
Don’t let the marketing fool you. This is all about the feels.
A spitball mural that stretches a full city block, combining barely revised jams and tiny songwriting bombshells.
A loud, edgy, emotional, and ultimately thrilling riff from eager new voices.
New collaboration includes two of the Butthole Surfers and a surprising dash of vocoder.
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