The Aussie remains an introspective songwriter who listeners can also air guitar to and head bang alongside.
A compact collection of well-crafted rockers that blend Malkmus’ wry voice with our insane modern moment.
Alex Turner and Co.’s weirdest album is a fun, flawed aberration (for the time being).
The veteran dream-pop duo find a renewed energy on their seventh album.
The duo take listeners on an endurance test rather than a journey.
The metal duo add new vocal collaborations and post-rock to their abrasive collages of pandemonium.
The stoner rock legends appear rejuvenated on their surprise reunion record.
Too many bland regurgitations of current trends and not enough original takes.
A powerful call for all of us to be our true and authentic selves, especially women, queer people, and people of color.
A full-length examination of addictive behavior that can come across half-baked but never dull.
Piano heroics underscore a record about anger and the weariness it brings.
The Colombian-American singer proves to be a one-of-a-kind powerhouse with all sorts of range.