The pop star’s latest reminds us that she already earned her victory lap long ago.
The latest from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross turns more sensual and insinuating in mood.
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.