A departure from her usual sound, Mitski’s “Laurel Hell” is still engrossingly emotional.
2021 was a year of musical performance. Here are the albums that defined it.
Junior Luke Markinson releases a new song, “Tie Me Down,” about internalized homophobia and being constricted in a relationship.
The new album shows a new side to Adele while proving she is still the queen of the power ballad.
Listening to music is difficult when concussed, but here are some tunes that won’t bother your brain.
Lil Nas X is here with deeper, more hard-hitting material, but he still wants fans to be able to dance it out to his songs.
With the return of Jazz at Holmes, Professor William Lenihan introduces a unique and historical twist to jazz through classical compositions.
John Mayer’s eighth album offers up a beautiful trip back to the 1980s; yet his latest release’s legacy is up to interpretation.
“Donda” is much like Kanye West himself: both the album and the artist can be easy to hate. From the year-long delay since the announced release date to the controversy surrounding West before the album’s release, doubts over “Donda” are understandable. Is it worth holding out hope for an album promised on six different missed […]
Brockhampton, alongside features such as A$AP Rocky, JPEGMafia and Shawn Mendes, hits all the right notes with their new album “Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine,” as the album places the themes of pain, self-expression and racial discrimination at center stage.
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