Life and death bring the young star’s prayers into clearer, stunning focus.
On their ninth studio album, Thom Yorke and co. release old favorites under a somber light.
Over the course of 17 songs, Blake uses heartbreak to grow as a songwriter, pianist, and poet.
Dancing out the rage against drones, global warming, and corruption.
Raw yet polished, beautiful yet ugly, all Beyoncé.
John Carney’s coming-of-age musical dramedy warrants this year’s best soundtrack.
A calm reassurance for guitar bands everywhere as we head into an uncertain digital future.
Canadian composer reaches new heights while disorienting and enrapturing.
A sample-based wonder that insists that the universe and our selves will never be explored in entirety.
Evan Weiss lays down cryptic metaphors about ennui, then makes them beautifully accessible.
A radiant blend of styles and a joy of an album.
Proof that The River sessions were too good for one album (even a double album) to contain.
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