The Grammy-winning artist has described the new effort as her “most intimate album to date.”
New Jersey punks return with their “most expansive and imaginative work to date.”
Take a beer shot every minute and ask questions while listening to the Austin indie pop outfit’s latest LP.
You’ve heard “Disco Tits”, now hear the rest.
The follow-up to last year’s Jessica Rabbit embraces the “world-scale anxiety of the moment.”
The project marks Stevens’ first foray into film scoring.
It’ll turn you upside-down.
Produced by Rick Rubin and featuring former Smashing Pumpkins bandmate James Iha.
The 19-track sophomore album is dark, rambling, and often brilliant.
OST also features songs by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Lauren Daigle.
Former Oasis frontman looks to make his mark as a solo musician.
His 10th full-length release and follow-up to 2015’s The Pale Emperor.