R&B crooner returns with avant-garde minimalism and understated depth.
Jimmy LaValle’s latest could use a little more rise-and-fall energy, but gets stuck in ambient moments in between.
The Boss returns home for one last run of The River.
A slice of American indie-movie hokum that gets only a mild boost from a terrific cast.
Though his songs still sound sweet, the singer-songwriter tackles controversial topics.
The Furgiuele brothers further infuse modern garage rock into their take on classic rock ‘n’ roll.
Clea DuVall channels her inner Kasdan for a modern twist on The Big Chill.
La Sera and Springtime Carnivore stars team up for a record full of punk covers.
Country legend’s latest favors hollow sentiments over specifics and engaging moments.
Richard Tanne dusts some Linklater over the Obamas’ first date.
Fede Alvarez’s latest runs in circles and makes poor use of a turkey baster.
The crooner breaks his silence with a visual album that emphasizes process over product.
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