A highly collaborative, danceable second effort from pop auteur Adam Bainbridge.
Chicago quartet embraces emo while charting a new course that sidesteps its inherent shortcomings.
It’s twee. It’s a girl with a ukulele. It’s soft, sentimental, rehash. And it’s gold.
Somewhere, Roald Dahl is smiling.
With a new keyboardist, the Scottish rockers have made their most ambitious record yet.
Catchy, ambitious, and sensual albums that fall just short of being Prince classics.
Nika Roza Danilova has a firm grip on magnificence, but lacks danger to balance the beauty.
LA garage punks get weird on their guitar-heavy debut.
With a wealth of creative instrumentation, the Brothers’ second album only falls a hair short of their debut.
Well worth the wait, SBTRKT’s newest effort proves he plays well with others.
Peaking Lights’ most transparent album locks into some powerful grooves.
Another quiet footnote in Radiohead’s evolving history.
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