The veteran singer/songwriter delivers a double album that’s sprawling and soul-haunting.
Zachary Cole Smith & Co. follow up their debut with an enjoyable album in desperate need of an edit.
The synth-pop duo’s first album in five years is an embrace of big, bold sounds while retaining soulful warmth.
The pop star’s newly released, fanfare-free eighth album is perplexing, but strong in unexpected ways.
Aaron Maine and Greta Kline embrace change again with a set of soulful and sultry synth-driven tracks.
The Canadian indie rock outfit balances their Velvets-y jangle with introspection and melancholy.
The legendary Welsh singer/songwriter reissues a 1980s classic and records it anew with experimental touches.
The Swedish hardcore outfit blends a punk aesthetic with the crushing heaviness of death metal.