The rapper’s ninth album combines the “old Kanye”’s flow and style with the “new Kanye”’s more spiritually-oriented lyrics and production.
Two bands that had their heyday in the late ’90s and early 2000s both released albums this month.
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Petras combines last year’s EP with nine new tracks to form the cohesive, tantalizing 17-track album of your nightmares.
When American rapper Logic burst onto the scene in 2014 with his first studio album “Under Pressure,” I immediately took notice.
Halloween is around the corner, and you don’t have a playlist yet.
Over the last few years, the #MeToo movement has made an evident impact on the film industry, working to root out the most dangerous in this creative realm.
Earlier this year, Big Thief transported us to the lush mountain greenery of rural Washington.
The Avett Brothers’ new album, “Closer Than Together,” is a musical roller coaster of ups and downs.
Surely a city as prominent as New York would have made a full musical recovery by now and is once again dictating the sounds and styles of the whole game. Right?
Anti-establishment music has defined Western teenage culture for decades: From rock & roll to punk rock to hip-hop, the voices of youthful rebellion consistently dominate the music industry.
Can something be gentle and apocalyptic at the same time? (Sandy) Alex G’s latest album, “House of Sugar,” manages to be exactly that.
On their third album, cleverly titled “III,” The Lumineers continue their tradition of storytelling on a much more ambitious, personal scale.
In 2007, when the artist duo Forss created SoundCloud, they could never have imagined that their creation would change how people think about music forever.
While Kline’s past releases were confined to the bedroom, the bus, the school hallways — the spaces she frequents — “Close It Quietly” broadens Kline’s scope, applying her introspection to the world.
The cycles of nature and ego are one and the same in the world of Bon Iver. So when the trailer for “i,i” likens the record to the arrival of autumn, we can just as well interpret the album as the completion of a long personal journey.