- The Magazine
On her first album in four years, JoJo sounds relaxed, at ease with herself, and eager to share the feeling.
Dance Gavin Dance prove to be masters of controlled chaos on their new album "Afterburner"
Fiona Apple's surprise early release is raw, funny and unabashedly sharp
Released several months early, Laura Marling's latest release is her most intimate and powerful yet
The Strokes attempt to correct course after a rocky few years, but many songs overstay their welcome
Shamir metamorphosizes once again on an unannounced, yet perfectly timed new album
Dua Lipa's sophomore album is colorful, joyful, and demanding to be danced to from beginning to end
Even in Sufjan Stevens' eclectic discography, "Aporia" truly stands out
Adam Lambert once again grabs the spotlight on his fourth studio album, "Velvet."
Christine and the Queens hones a uniquely conceptual brand of pop
Caribou brings electronica to challenging new levels on his latest album
Everyone's favorite drag queen-folk king expands her musical palette into sparkly pop-rock
The Pet Shop Boys' latest offering has moments of brilliance, but it never quite congeals
David Byrne's American Utopia concert, now on Broadway, birthed a magnificent cast album that's nothing short of thrilling
Tegan and Sara tell their origin story on their own terms in "Hey, I'm Just Like You."