Michael Angelakos’ self-released fourth studio album is a personal sonic journal.
The Canadian musician teeters between optimism and loneliness with a handful of unexpected twists.
K-Dot throws off the messianic trappings of a rap god and contemplates mortality.
Strings and acoustic guitars give the band’s greatest hits a second lease on life.
A consistent record that’s about as risky and adventurous as its title.
A sophomore album that swings between biting and sublime with only a bit of triteness.
A fluid and enjoyable record that, unfortunately, leaves no lasting impression.
The iconic songwriter’s piercing pop sensibility translates just as well across the pond.
The Brooklyn rapper doesn’t have all the answers yet, but he’s clearly out searching.
Samuel T. Herring is still one of the hardest-working vocalists in this industry.
Alejandro Ghersi’s most daring and enthralling record yet.
The Canadian rock band’s latest has its charms but ultimately not enough rewards.