The Irish songwriter wipes off the dust on his return album.
An obvious example of artistic independence in a world of regurgitation.
Canadian indie rockers use their influences as a crutch on the way to individuality.
Swift gets dazzled by the romance of the Big Apple, but lands her fifth album where it matters.
Nine years removed from his debut, the Detroit rapper/producer has hit his stride in both endeavors.
The reunited shoegazers push into new directions on their second album in as many years.
El-P and Killer Mike vault over the bar they set impressively high just last year.
Australian five-piece have found the key to a fresh yet timeless sound.
There’s not much that deviates from the formula on the Brooklyn band’s debut.
Pushing-50 punks produce palpable rage against the dying of the light.
Liz Harris illuminates sadness and gives our sighs a voice.
‘60s revivalism enlivens and hinders the debut LP from this British indie rock supergroup.
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