The singer-songwriter drops a delicate masterpiece
Written in a post-election rush, the indie-heroes' 'What a Time to Be Alive' is full of vitriol and wisdom
On 'How to Solve Our Human Problems,' the Scottish indie-pop vets compile three very good EPs into a fine album
The 'We Out Here' compilation, Nubya Garcia, Ashley Henry, Shabaka Hutchings and more music from the genre's danceable new wave
The hip-hop visionary creates and curates music to explore age-old dreams and 21st Century politics
On 'Crooked Shadows,' Chris Carrabba remains true to his genre's legacy and his own pop ambitions
The psych-pop duo spool out concise tunes and a likable Luddite message on their fourth LP
Our take on 'Always Ascending,' the fifth album from the "Take Me Out" bards
Our take on 'Blood,' the second album from moody soul project
Our take on the pop icon's funky, often weird new LP, which includes some of his most exploratory, genre-defiant music in more than a decade
On the follow-up to last year's smash 'Culture,' the Atlanta trap-rap superstars stretch out for 24 stupefyingly decadent tracks
The trio reaffirms its commitment to concise, captivating songs-without-words on 'Never Stop II'
Our take on the seventh album from the emo-poppers
Our take on 'Ruins,' the fourth LP from the Scandinavian sisters
Our take on the art-pop duo's 'I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life'