A strong step forward that’ll please old and new Chef fans alike.
The first record of Drake’s astronomically self-absorbed career to put music first.
The singer-songwriter plays into her melancholic reputation with grace and conviction.
The calls for revolution lack the nuance and wit befitting the band’s continued sonic evolution.
Arkansas doom metal project remain a beacon of consistency on their third studio album.
Each song bursts out of its box and adds to Britt Daniel’s growing legacy.
The indie rock band continue to cruise beautifully in their own lane.
A loving tribute and a true testament to the healing power of art.
A strong, elegant, and self-assured record full of complexity and depth.
An enjoyable record that takes a small step back to the band’s past.
The singer-songwriter doubles down on quirky pop without pushing forward.
After his uninspired, self-titled jab, HNDRXX lands like an absolute haymaker.