Frank Ocean's deeply introspective second album, "Blond(e)" rebels against categories
Dolly Parton's charms shine as brightly as ever on her latest release, "Pure and Simple"
The Avalanches return with an example of plunder at its best, while MSTRKRFT are stuck in the past
Three folk rock veterans come together on a rich and captivating debut album
Brendan Maclean's seven-track EP, funbang1, is a dazzling collection of upbeat pop goodness.
Three decades into their career, the Red Hot Chili Peppers can still surprise and impress
The Avett Brothers' ninth release strives for growth, but falls back on some well-worn tropes
Tegan and Sara's eighth release delivers bright, glitzy synthpop with a queer edge
Drake’s newest release is a moody and ambitious ode to his hometown of Toronto
Winterpills sets out to put their own spin on an age-old theme
Hugs Not Drugs (Or Both)
Gwen Stefani's return to solo work retreads familiar ground in a bid for authenticity with "This is What the Truth Feels Like"
Miike Snow has a lot of fun on their third release, but be prepared to take the album on its own terms
Rihanna trades club beats for something self-assured and introspective
Long-time Panic! fans might find a lot to like about Death of a Bachelor