The shapeshifting songwriter and family man returns with ‘The Ballad of Dood and Juanita,’ the freest and most fun full-length of his career.
It's probably the most fun some punk legends could have while fulfilling a contractual ten-album record deal obligation.
The day before the album landed, fans gathered for a playback of the rapper's final album. Now, the music lives on for good.
While Chris Martin and company indulge some of their most roastable tendencies, we’re sorry to admit it’s actually pretty good.
In our Weekly Review series, we dive into 'Magdalene', the long-awaited second album from pop's most innovative polymath.
King Princess is 20, and has already made her mark on Gen Z queer pop. In our Weekly Review series, we look at her soulful debut album.
In the first of our Weekly Review series, we survey the ex-Chairlift singer's alt-pop vision. Get ready to cry on the dance floor (or at home).
The eighth studio LP from the Philadelphia songwriter best captures Alex Giannascoli's thrilling idiosyncrasies.