The Icelandic singer returns with a thriving sound world rich in nuance and detail.
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The evolving artist discovers that perhaps sadness isn’t so infinite after all.
If there’s ever been a time to wallow in lush, masculine melancholy, it’s now.
Linkin Park’s work remains an encouraging testament to fighting your demons.
Hers is a story about America and how America ends.
How did these college radio gems get all but forgotten about?
The frontman reflects on the loss of a hero as his band gears up to release their 10th LP.
In its 10th year, Montreal’s midwinter electronic music festival remains dedicated to celebrating the city all year long.
Amidst the week’s flubs and bumbles, here’s another batch of excellent tunes
The Manchester band’s second LP stares existential despair square in the eyes.
A reminder that creativity and art will live on forever, even through the tragedies.
In the intro to our Top Songs, we usually like to take a look at some of the top news stories of the week. Of course, this week, that would be the tragic passing of David Bowie. There have …