Taylor Swift continues to meander the unknown with evermore
Five months after the release of her critically acclaimed album, folklore, which earned a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year, Taylor Swift is echoing its narrative...
The Shins return with Port of Morrow
Is it safe to call this a definitive Shins album?
Kaiser Chiefs—Start the Revolution Without Me
They took all the best aspects of their old guitar and drum hits and infused some new, if at times odd, electro-pop energy.
Andrew Bird—Break It Yourself
It’s hard to criticize Bird’s style, because he does it so well.
If Kanye West and The Weeknd had a baby, we’re pretty sure it would be Chiddy Bang.
Born to Die —Lana Del Rey
Born to Die is an album that’s born to disappoint, given such high expectations from a public that wants to see failure.
Old Ideas—Leonard Cohen
Whatever it is, it’s working.
Aja —The Darcys
In a word, you could say it sounds like the Darcys covering Steely Dan, but things are not quite so simple here
Future This —The Big Pink
Big Pink’s sophomore effort doesn’t seem to aim any higher than mediocrity.
Love What Happened Here —James Blake
Love What Happened Here may only consist of three songs, but Blake makes the most of the short format.
Given to the Wild —The Maccabees
If asked to describe this album in one word, the most appropriate term would be “crescendo”.
Album in Review: Echoes of Silence —The Weeknd
The Weeknd’s Abel Tesfaye is good at surprising his listeners.