Electronic pioneer returns with a fiery eulogy for the future.
J Mascis, Amanda Palmer, Julien Baker, and more try their luck covering Smith’s intimate folk songs.
It’s not a game-changer for the Followills, but they do sound comfortable.
Pianist steps back toward the smooth, jazz-inflected tones that made her a household name.
Irish indie pop outfit dig into the ’80s for an impersonal, but professional new album.
On their third LP, the trip-hop duo head straight to the dance floor with predictable pop in hand.
Heems and Riz MC are important voices at an important moment.
Punk legends bungle their comeback with an album that’s confused and average.
Australian singer-songwriter’s debut is raw, visceral, and full of devotional lyrics.
California pop punk outfit nail the discomfort of feeling out of place and unsure of yourself.
Bright Eyes singer-songwriter pares down production but lacks in urgency.
The electronic prodigy sidesteps expectations to make his most political record yet.