Michael Silver can’t quite fuse electronic soundscapes and acoustic flourishes.
The Strokes guitarist’s latest is the husk of a great rock album without a personality to inhabit it.
A wealth of cultural influences yields another solid record from the Syrian singer.
Thomas Arsenault holding back is still more emotive than most artists firing on all cylinders.
Nayvadius Wilburn finally meets all expectations.
Jeff Tweedy and friends get weird with reliably wonderful results.
As mesmerizing as it is disorientating.
The Real Estate guitarist showcases a more delicate, subtle, polished version of his bedroom pop.
On their sophomore album, the Minneapolis trio prioritize motion over meaning.
Australian rockers’ latest sets up as a self-aware saunter of R&B grooves for the downtown club.
The Portland trio reach spiritual enlightenment through heavy metal.
Something wicked this way comes … from Kentucky, no less.
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