In between his innumerable hooks, Abel Tesfaye finds room to be an interesting pop figure.
Foxygen drummer’s side project might be a kaleidoscope pointed squarely at the past, but at least its colors don’t run.
On their fourth album, the British rockers lose their manic edge in a sea of production pop.
Forty years and 22 albums later, Lemmy and co. still kick ass.
The veteran indie rockers’ new covers album is inessential but not entirely dull.
A doomtastic document of recovery and survival.
Carey Mercer and co.’s latest is a large and sacred triumph.
Awfully charming for something that’s eating itself alive from the inside
Another engaging, tangled, beautiful environment that will be hard to forget.
Twelve lullabies for nobodies.
Noah Lennox surprises with a blissful set of five new and reworked songs.
Owen Ashworth’s latest shows a songwriter with a plethora of ideas and a new confidence.
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