These examples teach us that it’s never easy to bottle lightning twice.
Articles by Tyler Clark
Both messy and masterful moments reflect a revitalized band that have rediscovered their footing.
Minus the 1979, the duo offer lots of promise but very little payoff.
Sam Beam proves he still knows his way back home.
A look back at the long and varied history of songs paying tribute to people, places, and things.
A promising comeback whose momentum runs out a little too early.
An album of Italian beaches and romantic nights in the face of grim realities.
An album that leaves us wishing Auerbach would reconnect to his own roots instead of someone else’s.
Michael Angelakos’ self-released fourth studio album is a personal sonic journal.
Sorting through one of the most eclectic and influential catalogs in popular music.
Everything went to hell starting with “Simpson Safari”, but there’s since been a few gems.
All 72 songs that helped define a generation of misfits straight outta Manchester.