There’s not much of a reason for Adams’ song-for-song Taylor Swift covers album, or staying power, but it’s kind of fun.
The Canadian indie rock outfit is more or less where they’ve always been, sticking to middle-of-the-road guitar jams.
The 9-piece indie rock outfit blends both breathtaking humanity and wry humor on this stunning LP.
Nathan Williams speeds toward a young-adult crisis on this fast-paced, invigorating set of peppy punk tunes.
The Berlin-based post-punk band’s debut album is dark and heavy post-punk that’s icy to the bone.
On her latest album, the L.A. singer/songwriter opens up her music and lets the listener get to know her.
The California black metal band amplifies both the beauty and darkness in their powerful new work.
The veteran synth-pop outfit’s first album in a decade finds them getting their literal groove back.