Dan Bejar continues to muse on magnificent glories and tragic shortcomings.
Alicia Bognanno expands on her towering voice, but fractures the foundation needed to truly ascend.
Price delivers a wonderful new record with poise and self-possession.
A mixed-bag reminder that Ware’s best songs are the ones that only she can sing.
These themes are anything but lost and the Horror Master knows this.
Annie Clark remains one of the most complex, challenging, and fascinating figures in the music world.
The evolving artist discovers that perhaps sadness isn’t so infinite after all.
Enough to satisfy core fans but very little in the way of memorable moments.
Beck’s most plainly listenable record in years.
Rarely has dissatisfaction and frustration sounded so appealing.
Chicago four-piece’s sun-baked tunes make the familiar sound fresh and fearsome.
The two composers offer an unlikely Hail Mary for the much-hyped sequel.