- The Magazine
Shiny Joe Ryan, Pond's founding multi-instrumentalist, lets loose on his second solo outing
Laura Mvula makes a spectacular pivot to pop on her long-awaited third album
Bright Light's compilation album is a fantastic plunge into some of the best queer pop around
Lucy Dacus, never a stranger to casually baring her soul, revisits her childhood on new album "Home Video"
Madeline Sayet skillfully addresses language, heritage, and what it means to be a being in constant flight
Vincint's solid and impressive debut album is a bright, cathartic pop fantasy
Todrick Hall's new Pride-inspired album features some of his best work yet
Shaed's debut album High Dive turns out to have been well worth the wait
Rostam's second LP loftily asks what it means to inhabit an ever-changing world
A new compilation gathers together 14 forgotten remixes of a handful of iconic k.d. lang tracks
"Sharecropper's Son," the third album from overnight blues sensation Robert Finley, is his strongest yet
St. Vincent turns to the '70s for inspiration in a fun, swaggering take on familial baggage
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."