Sorting through the entire catalog from the sad Cincinnati indie rockers.
Articles by Grant Sharples
An album of radio-friendly songs that plays it safe when risks might’ve yielded something more.
The Oxford rockers fall back on their signature heavy guitars and rhythmic percussion on the first half of their double album.
The second album from the New York garage rockers is a pivotal step in the band’s evolution.
James Mercer’s songs still beam with vitality a decade and a half later.
Canadian four-piece’s seventh LP comes off as inconsistent and uninspired more times than not.
Swedish indie-pop artist opts for synthesizers and trap production on her latest LP.
Where does Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino belong in the Sheffield rockers’ impressive catalog?