Celebrate the Catalogue
A career-spanning look at music’s greatest artists.
The Manchester post-punk icons’ output rated, ahead of the release of their ninth album.
As Remain in Light hits 35, we tackle the new wave legends’ discography.
Treble tackles the collected works of the best hardcore band of the last decade or two.
A good long look at the Van Morrison discography from his debut album through his tenure at Warner Bros.
A survey of the 15 albums by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at the close of their 30th year as a band.
Treble takes a look back at the Prince discography on the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain.
On the 30th anniversary of the band’s debut, we take a look at the songs that saved our lives.
A thorough look at the Philadelphia duo’s full-length releases.
An in-depth look at Polly Jean Harvey’s incredibly consistent discography.
Treble’s definitive look at The Beatles’ legendary discography.
The man born Scott Engel, examined one album at a time.
In 1969, The Rolling Stones earned the title of “The Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band…
A thorough review of the band’s 33-year career.
An expansive review of Bowie’s discography.
Two turntables, a microphone, and endless creativity.
Taking a closer look at Chan Marshall’s body of work.
A 50th anniversary discographical salute.
A retrospective on Guru and Premier’s recorded works.
A re-examination of the proto-industrial performance artists.
Bob Pollard & Co. through the ages.