The hip-hop collective’s new record ends up with a few too many hands on deck.
The indie pop veterans go ambitiously disco for their mixed but enjoyable return.
Colin Meloy and co.’s first album in four years offers the most intimate look at the band to date.
Fall Out Boy wants to be revolutionary, but it’s becoming increasingly apparent that they’re simply confused.
Up-and-coming post-punk quartet make a memorable debut with their self-titled LP.
Where does Brian Warner end and Marilyn Manson begin?
On his debut album, the Brooklyn rapper keeps the spotlight on his own vision.
The Chicago art rockers further commit themselves to musical mischief.
Washington’s finest return with a rallying cry for the frustrated and oppressed.
A shrewd, witty, and articulate misanthrope at the top of his game.
The prolific garage rocker forges the missing link between his most recent LPs.
The Dinosaur Jr. comparisons aren’t going away, but the Amherst, MA, four-piece plow boldly forward.
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