Their discography is daunting, they’re for nerds, they’re for you when you’re in your late twenties, and probably will be for years in the future.
It'd be hyperbolic to call him a modern-day Bob Dylan but this recent release: a) involves guitars and beat poetry; and b) is the best and most honest thing he’s made.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews The Ex's '27 Passports,' Idles' 'Joy as an Act of Resistance,' Marie Davidson's 'Working Class Woman,' and Public Service Broadcasting's 'Every Valley.'
On a night when even a power outage couldn't stop her, what impressed us most were the moments Gaga stripped back the neon, sitting alone at the piano.
The Dean of American Rock Critics dives into a clutch of recent hip-hop releases.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews L7's 'Fast and Frightening' and Joan Jett's 'Bad Reputation' biodoc soundtrack
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Homeboy Sandman & Edan's 'Humble Pi' and Open Mike Eagle's 'What Happens When I Try to Relax.'
New albums from Lil Peep and Smino top this week's list.
The critic's new book 'Is It Still Good to Ya?' is out now.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Krueger's 'NOWThen' and Simon's 'In the Blue Light.'
Everyone has way too much time on their hands.