Delivering a roller coaster of high energy bangers over an expansive thematic landscape, this could very well be Travis Scott's magnum opus.
You almost don’t need to watch the movie to understand what’s happening on the soundtrack.
A gem that can not be put in a box.
13 years, 77 songs, and seven albums later, things to fall into place impressively.
Will he forever live in the mistakes of his teenage life?
Good, but not great attempt follow up to it's magical predecessor.
On 'Nasty', every song is worthy of a mosh pit and getting your neck stepped on is just part of the experience.
Judas Priest's newest album "blows away" expectations.
R&B storytelling set to a heavy beat.
Some ups and downs, but over the course of ten songs, definitely more ups.
A theatrical experience.
Tha Carter series wraps up.
If you are going through a rough time, this music will pick you up.
A personal and sultry side comes to the forefront.
A new name in the R&B songstress game. Go track by track on her debut album.
Chicago-based singer/songwriter Ezra Furman’s stellar fourth 2018 album, Transangelic Exodus, is, in the words of the artist on his label’s website, “not a concept record, but...
A blast from the past.
Smoldering soul and some of the best lyrics of 2018.
Former Disney star is still trying to hone her beginning pop star self.
An unexpected return from desert-doom metal legends.
His success stems from him stepping out of the boundaries music has created.
An innovative journey into the minds of modern alternative rockers.
In which our reviewer comes across an album by the "Eye of the Tiger" band.
A soul-filled, bluesy folk gem.
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