The band too often struggle to find a balance between rock and electronic elements.
Billy Corgan, James Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin find balance nearly two decades later.
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus find harmony as the year’s most formidable supergroup.
The North Long Beach rapper brilliantly extends gangsta summer well into the fall.
Our favorite duo struggle to balance a fast-paced action series with slow stoner giggles.
The Chicago rapper returns to spread wisdom over a blend of mellow sounds.
The Radiohead frontman proves that Jonny Greenwood isn’t the only one who knows his way around a score.
The Swedish pop star returns with a soft and sad record, drenched in beautiful melodies and irresistible beats.
The second album from the New York garage rockers is a pivotal step in the band’s evolution.
The ambitious songwriter delivers a series of shifting moods that swirl and coalesce into a rich tapestry.
After an eight-year gap between albums, Daughters return with a new sound that’s slower, darker and more industrial.
The dream duo fail to find their flow together throughout most of their mixtape.