Jorja Smith Plays It Safe Yet Plays to Win
Her debut album, 'Lost & Found,' showcases her incredible voice but comes close to dragging in near-constant slow jam territory.
Snail Mail’s Debut 'Lush' Is a Love Letter to Romantic Rejection
On this first album, 18-year-old indie pop artist Lindsey Jordan articulates feelings that usually take years to get to grips with.
Hollow from the Other Side: Adele’s Album Agonizes Over Loneliness Rather Than Heartbreak
It a record that's unwilling to revisit old haunts IRL, preferring instead to sit at home and retrace those steps emotionally.
The Strange Pseudo-Comeback of a Middle-Aged Blur and Their 'Magic Whip'
It took Blur 12 years, rehab, solo projects, and getting trapped in Hong Kong to make the follow up to 'Think Tank.' Was it worth the wait?
Beat by Beat Review: Aphex Twin's Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2 is an Interlude in Which Some Music Happens
Think Sterling Archer dropping a metal bowl.
Beat by Beat Review: Azealia Banks' 'Broke With Expensive Taste' Is Insanely Dope
How Pearson Sound, Machinedrum, Ariel Pink, and more helped Azealia Banks vanquish her haters.
Beat by Beat Review: Tiësto - A Town Called Paradise
We listened to all 18 tracks to give you the OFFICIAL breakdown