The promising Canadian artist undergoes a major growth spurt as both a singer and songwriter.
Articles by Wren Graves
All the guest features in the world can’t make rainbows out of this intellectual black hole of a record.
The witty and endearing hip-hop star follows through with a worthy successor to Malibu.
The Radiohead frontman proves that Jonny Greenwood isn’t the only one who knows his way around a score.
A new collection of hummable tunes best enjoyed in moderation.
A familiar Hollywood story gets a new lease on life with a soundtrack that shares in the magic.
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The “best boy band since One Direction” gives us too much and yet leaves us wanting more.
She’s a master wordsmith who turns words into feelings that linger long after the music stops.
The country superstar takes some modest political risks without changing the full-throated style that won her legions of fans in the first place.
Stefani Germanotta kept saying she was a superstar until everyone finally had to believe her.
Bloom is a fun record: dreamy, vulnerable, and urgently horny.
Artists Makaya McCraven, Kevin Coval, Akenya, and Katinka Klein weigh in on the one-of-a-kind concert.