The baroque pop ensemble’s still sound pretty, but need to do something else to stand out.
The Tennessee rock band turns down the noise only to reveal a weakness in the lyrics.
On their sixth album, Tony Dekker and co. stick to their own formula and refuse to take any risks.
It’s not the ’90s anymore, but Scott Lucas continues adding delicious wrinkles to his catalog.
The Massachusetts band proves to be a unique voice taking another big step toward iconic status.
The band that once lived in your television now lives on vinyl.
Doug Martsch and co.’s first album since 2009 sits right at the band’s sweet spot.
Detroit proto-punk trio Death return with their first new material in over 35 years.
The Swedish trio’s second album is doom metal at its most crushing and contemplative.
Michael Angelakos starts to overcome mental health struggles on his most focused record yet.
On their 14th album, the English art rock legends step into the now.
Katie Crutchfield creeps further into adulthood without losing her endearing intimacy.
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