The New York-based trio have all the ingredients to achieve something spectacular.
An occasionally thrilling record that’s more often either overdone or underworked.
This Brooklyn four-piece is nowhere near finished when it comes to its musical evolution.
The ex-Talking Head frontman presents a chaotic and contradictory America with music to match.
Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot savor the wild journey on their trilogy’s final extended play.
The Vallejo rap quartet capitalize on their recent Kendrick Lamar collaboration for Black Panther.
A crackling, bubbling, and chaotic feast for the ears.
The group’s fifth full-length faces a different type of challenge: trying to be heard over the alleged pounding of alternative rock’s death knell.
The blockbuster producer’s 15th studio album is a bitter pill to swallow.
Once again, the legendary composer sets the mood in a big way for Christopher Nolan.
An eclectic collection of European ’80s pop hits and modern classical compositions.
The Radiohead guitarist and Paul Thomas Anderson continue building their legacy together.