The Canadian rock band’s latest has its charms but ultimately not enough rewards.
Death underlies the message and intense, cathartic sound of the band’s seventh record.
A cinematic opus plied with electrodes, stuffed into a cannon, and shot straight through the disco’s doors.
On her fourth LP, the experimental noise act makes a call for empathy with sedative drone.
Josh Tillman delivers a beautiful album about how mankind doomed itself
The singer-songwriter returns with her most vulnerable and honest work to date.
After a detour into folktronica, the British duo make a satisfying return to synthpop.
A legendary band tread too safely across a vast and beautiful landscape of their own making.
It’s nowhere near as influential as the original, but it’s got a great fucking personality.
A strong step forward that’ll please old and new Chef fans alike.
The first record of Drake’s astronomically self-absorbed career to put music first.
The singer-songwriter plays into her melancholic reputation with grace and conviction.