- The Magazine
The five-volume, two-and-a-half-hour album offers a powerful musical meditation on grief
Canadian rocker Art d'Ecco creates an energetic and extravagant love letter to a pre-digital age of mass media
An impressive roster of artists reinterprets Paul McCartney's latest work in "McCartney III: Imagined."
Fancy Hagood's debut album delivers a unique and compelling brand of queer, Southern pop-country
Unflinching moral clarity is complemented by clean and crisp songwriting on the newest album from Crys Matthews
Serpentwithfeet's second album is an intricate, beautifully realized vision of queer romance
Nick Jonas joins the pandemic album club with a heavily thematic and highly uneven new release
The eclectic Valerie June dazzles on "The Mood and Stars," a rich and complex new album
Kinlaw brings a sense of artistry to an entrancing, solid, and dramatic debut album
On her third studio album, Julien Baker hits glorious highs and heartrending lows
Grunge rock made for the dancefloor, Foo Fighters' tenth album overflows with crisp production and relentless positivity.
The first artist to be signed to Phoebe Bridgers' new label, Claud makes a stellar impression with their debut
Aaron Lee Tasjan makes a creative breakthrough on a rich, absorbing fourth album
Passenger's newest album taps into the strange satisfaction of shared heartbreak and despair
With tracks full of expertly-crafted dancepop, Cory Stewart outdoes himself on his debut album