A mostly fun listen for those on board with the Yachty persona.
The Misfits frontman needs to breathe new life and light into tired tropes.
Nathan Williams ages as gracefully as he can on his sixth studio album.
Chester Benington and Mike Shinoda enter murky waters on the band’s seventh LP.
A remarkable sophomore full-length that we’ll be savoring and analyzing for a long time.
Twenty-five years later, the sounds of Cameron Crowe’s romantic comedy still rock our world.
Mostly the diehards will enjoy this unique flight of fancy from a set of familiar musicians.
A promising debut from an artist still trying to find his rock star footing.
Giannascoli opens up and finds a language that speaks for more than just himself.
Colorful instrumentation and insistent hooks overpower the uneven parts of the band’s fifth studio outing.
Ominous, synth-drenched melancholia tailor-made for David Lynch’s surreal Twin Peaks universe.
AFI’s Davy Havok teams up with No Doubt for a low-stakes love letter to the 1980s.