Cloris Leachman transcends the mundane material in "Jump, Darling," whose plot seems to have been cobbled together on Post-It Notes.
Robert Pattinson puts an emo spin on the World’s Greatest Detective in the gritty, engrossing thriller The Batman.
Mitski returns from a brief hiatus with "Laurel Hell," a complex, cerebral sixth album delivered with profound honesty and self-awareness.
Anaïs Mitchell shakes off the bombast of "Hadestown" for a collection of reflective songs from the Vermont countryside
Olly Alexander takes Years & Years solo, and throws himself into a fantasy of his own making
The Melbourne-based Grace Cummings proves herself a force to be reckoned with on a memorable second album
Elvis Costello and The Imposters once again come together to make musical magic
The original stars are on point, the meta commentary's on full-blast, and the kills are brutal in a solid new "Scream."
The Anacostia Playhouse serves up a jolly night of jazz and blues with "A Snowy Nite at the Dew Drop Inn"
December brings an EP retrospective from celebrated alt-rocker veterans Neon Trees
Fairfax County will allow two LGBTQ books back in high school libraries after a review that found calls for their removal unfounded.
Taylor Swift breathes powerful new life into her 2012 pop breakout, Red, adding a handful of extras along the way.
Ross finally breaks her dry spell with a new album that radiates gratitude, carried along by her unmatched star power
Four decades on, ABBA cement their legendary status with an instantly iconic final studio album
Future Past is both a great Duran Duran album and a stellar pop record in its own right