After freeing herself from a bad record deal, the multitalented R&B singer celebrates with an effortless LP that fully displays her range.
The Buffalo trio’s Shady Records debut doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of their gritty and ruthless throwback aesthetic.
Kode9’s Hyperdub label celebrates its 15th anniversary by moving confidently beyond the London club music’s conventions.
The loops and layers of the Berlin-based cellist’s solo album evoke resonant emotions that could afford to linger.
The singer-songwriter talks about his brief moment as a tabloid concern, finding comfort in uncertainty, and turning lost love into something useful and good with his new album.
With her long-awaited new album MAGDALENE, the experimental pop shapeshifter is mightier than ever.
Devendra Banhart talks about the song he wishes he wrote, Joan Armatrading’s “Willow,” in this episode of The Song I Wish I Wrote.
On his 14th album, Beck roams across a pleasant, gently psychedelic landscape looking for something new.
The cantankerous Smashing Pumpkin embraces his vision of country music, but the lightest, breeziest songs of his career come with their own peculiar Corganian paradox.
The rapper-producer’s third album answers the exhaustion of contemporary life online by stripping down and buttoning up, yielding a newly disciplined take on his trademark deep house.
With their skate-punk shout-alongs and double-tapped guitar heroics, this D.C. duo embodies the sound of emo in 2019.