It’s been awhile since we last heard from the songwriter, at least under his own name.
The follow-up to 2016’s Skip a Sinking Stone is now available.
Canadian four-piece’s seventh LP comes off as inconsistent and uninspired more times than not.
Multi-instrumentalist built his own studio to record his third full-length solo effort.
The first album from the Spaceman in six years.
Jason Pierce and band add yet another chapter to their wild, dreamlike musical legacy.
A Paul McCartney record for people who like Paul McCartney records.
Bloom is a fun record: dreamy, vulnerable, and urgently horny.
An album about finding family and forging a place for yourself in a world where you’re told you don’t belong.
It’s difficult to believe that an album with so many stunning moments can suddenly become so aggressively mediocre.
Swedish singer-songwriter also describes the trap influence of her new record.
Chicago rockers also weigh in on Lollapalooza’s shift away from rock and roll.