An eye-catching album cover leads to a powerful musical discovery.
The king of rap balances both sides of his art perfectly.
Not a "tasteful muted lump," but a dynamic pop powerhouse.
Sticking with what you know while also attempting to step out of your comfort zone.
"Overly theatrical?" Going to have to agree to disagree.
An album that was just about the complete opposite of what I was expecting.
An electric and creative album for the internet age.
A meditation on the fragility of rigid southern masculinity, as well as the vulnerability found in love.
A savage, howling offering to Lemmy Kilmister.
A journey from empty dive bars to arenas, addiction to rehab, and heartbreak to triumph.
Steeped in authenticity, the band's fourth album tells the story of a habit.
An album divided into two distinct halves, the band explores new sonic territory and tackles emotional topics.
A personal prayer and ode to the future, as well as being a playful reminder of the past.
Consistently creating music that's outside the box without bursting the envelope.
An album worthy of being a part of your summer rotation for years to come.
The German outfit offers another strong link in the heavy metal chain.
The perfect post-breakup album, even if you've never experienced heartbreak.
An eclectic album that ties a new era to a previous one.
The debut from Joe Stevens' project is both vintage and modern.
Sometimes a papercut can feel good.
The Popes keep smoking, 20 years on.
An emotional album for La Fey...but what's missing?
Entering unexplored and unsettled territory.
What the megastar has in store for us on his new release.
If the B52's stumbled through a time machine...