The Seattle-based band fused classical instrumentals with strong vocals.
More artists forego traditional album rollouts in favor of instant-release campaigns.
After a three-year wait, Rihanna breaks expectations with her new LP.
Legendary singer’s final record is a dazzling, bizarre and uninhibited foray into experimental jazz and art rock.
Sia’s newest album “This is Acting” carries the talent, but not the power and sincerity she has delivered in the past.
Following his dominant 2015 run, “Purple Reign” finds Future returning to his roots.
William Doolittle looks into five heartbreaking hits from 2015. Does Adele’s “Hello” crack the list?
The singer’s long-awaited debut album offers none of the charm of her previous releases.
In the follow-up to the 2013 album, “My Name Is My Name,” Pusha T returns cold, concise, and cutthroat with thrilling results.
John Stapleton gives an overview of the shift from the brooding hits of 2014 to the clubby chart-toppers of 2015.
The past year featured another eclectic collection of sounds and hinted at further changes in the means of music consumption.
Morgan Hughes recommends new indie rock and pop artists to listen to based on names that may already be familiar.
Earnest as ever, the band stretches itself too thinly on its seventh studio album.
On the follow-up to last year’s “Ghost Stories,” the British band trades gloomily muted electronics for rainbow pop, with inconsistent results.
New reissue sheds new light on an idiosyncratic masterpiece
Dallas Green and co. will bring it’s wide variety of sounds to Northampton
Former teen-pop sensation shows a few growing pains on uneven comeback album
The release of the late rock icon’s home demos and audio collages hopefully marks the very bottom of the barrel.