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Mould comes to City Winery DC for his intimate solo electric tour in support of "Sunshine Rock."
The album features Alan Cumming and Betsy Wright, and is available to stream now
Two albums off a hiatus, Sleater-Kinney turns their sound upside-down with help from St. Vincent
Dropping the folk from folk-pop yields mixed results on the newest album from Of Monsters and Men
Banks tries to find a more streaming-friendly sound, but suffers for it
Ed Sheeran curates a list of chart-toppers with his new E.P.
With Madame X, the Queen of Pop delivers her most bizarre, challenging work yet
Four years in the making, Carly Rae Jepsen's latest album sticks to her gold standard of catchy, relatable songwriting
Pink plays to her strengths on "Hurts 2B Human," but ends up treading some all-too-familiar ground.
Maclean's debut album is a superb collection of sad, gay tunes done right
A pair of former buskers bring expansive electronic elements into their small-hours indie folk sound
Troye Sivan and Jake Shears embrace sexuality and self-love on a standout sophomore album and a fantastic solo debut
Cher gave no further details on when the album would be released
On his band's sophomore album, Olly Alexander reckons with the sacredness of his own sexuality
Arctic Monkeys show us a hotel on the moon, with middling results