The Baltimore synthpop band cover familiar but welcome ground on their sixth record.
Articles by Laura Dzubay
Vegas nonbinary artist Shamir returns with more genre-shattering rock and pop on their self-titled record.
Sorting through a sprawling, twisting catalog from A Sun Came! right up through The Ascension.
A debut collection papered with transformation, tenderness, and resilience.
The folk star reimagines masterpiece All Mirrors in a far more restrained and personal manner.
The Canadian-American singer-songwriter names Change as her nemesis and meets it on the battleground.
The outspoken group bring a lush but often dialed-back, new sound that ventures further into the pop realm.
It’s been a long road back for one of country music’s most celebrated and controversial acts.
Mother Monster’s sixth album returns to the dance floor with bangers and reckonings that favor consistency over flash.
An album that unfolds one piece at a time into a fresh look at the Paramore singer-songwriter.
A playful, poignant, and hopeful record for when we find ourselves in times of darkness.
Sophie Allison’s experimental second record is grainy and colorful — but not in the way you’d expect