Legendary DJ makes some missteps, but the journey remains whole.
New Yorkers’ concept album delivers much more emotional resonance than concept.
This incarnation of Michael Gira’s band attempts to come to some sort of peace.
A refreshing attempt at reinvention that’s not as silly as you might expect.
Folk rock supergroup shuns grand statements in favor of smaller, quieter truths.
Six bassists contribute to a whacked-out, if standard, record from the sludge heroes.
Finding beauty in the moments where happiness and sadness can linger together.
The indie rockers continue to produce grand moments, but this time from more homespun inspiration.
Exciting Toronto outfit builds on deconstruction, a remarkable feat of explosive chemistry.
The Jonas Brother approximates current pop trends without adding anything of his own.
On their seventh album, the Swedish rockers embrace pop producers and their slow songs benefit most.
The most fun you’ll have listening to two saxophones shadowbox.
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