For the first time in their storied career, Win Butler and co. sound insubstantial.
Katie Crutchfield returns more vulnerable and open than ever as a songwriter.
If the Ladera Heights rapper really had something to say, he missed his chance.
The Atlanta emcee gets by with a little help from his friends.
Singer-songwriter Billy Yost walks through hell on this rousing sophomore upgrade.
The Philadelphia rockers deliver on the promise of their early work on their full-length debut.
The Scottish record producer finds comfort — and a new sound — in anonymity.
A comeback and call to action that urges listeners to stand up and fight the power.
Pushing 50, the world’s biggest rapper refuses to conceal feelings or shirk responsibilities.
A sophomore album that embraces the beautiful and painful architecture of the world.
A sophomore effort with solid ideas that get lost under gratuitous production.
An older and warier band pledge to stay and carry on the fight.