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Cali alt-rockers return with the follow-up to 2011’s If Not Now, When?.
An alluring indie pop record filled with playful rhythms and a genuine love for the Louisiana city.
Longtime drummer strikes out on his own to examine meditative practices, dream therapy, and mysticism.
Written this past weekend as the artist was considering quitting music altogether.
King Kendrick is back with the follow-up to magnum opus To Pimp A Butterfly.
The Dresden Dolls and Violent Femmes drummer teams with his wife for collaborative debut.
The follow-up to 2015’s stellar Mutants is the first to actually feature the producer’s vocals.
Baltimore synthpop band returns with the follow-up to their breakthrough effort, Singles.
The artist’s third studio album questions our humanity with a satirical bent.
Sophomore LP features J. Cole, ScHoolboy Q, and Meechy Darko of Flatbush Zombies.
An examination of the connection between love and the art of growing up.