Sex, fashion, drugs, repeat.
“Reflektor,” the fourth studio album from Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, is a good album that could have been a great album.
Three full-length albums to his credit and Drake has found what works for him.
Into It. Over It., the moniker used by Chicago’s Evan Weiss, borrows elements from late-’90s emo acts on “Intersections.”
Pearl Jam undoubtedly has become one of those bands who could tour forever off the strength of its early material, making any new releases icing on the cake.
Lorde, aka 16-year-old Ella Yelich-O’Connor, couldn’t have chosen a better vehicle to introduce herself to mainstream audiences than “Pure Heroine.”
Listening to the first half of “Old,” the third studio album from Detroit rapper Danny Brown, is the equivalent of getting punched by a pillow-wrapped fist.
Kentucky-based Cage The Elephant has perfected their own, Americanized version of Brit rock. Their albums dip into the genre while bringing a heavy dose of ’90s-era alternative.
Justin Timberlake was just kidding guys.
Kings Of Leon could very well have drifted off into obscurity following their last album, 2010’s “Come Around Sundown.”
We should have seen this coming.
It’s easy to say J. Roddy Walston and The Business are throwbacks to an era before most southern rock was considered classic rock.
The Weeknd, aka Abel Tesfaye, took an unconventional but effective route to get noticed by a mainstream audience in 2011.
Three albums into his solo venture, Chris McCaughan continues to get better with every Sundowner release.
Welcome back, Mr. Reznor.
While Juicy J’s status with Memphis rappers Three 6 Mafia seems up in the air at this point, his stock might be rising as a solo artist.
“Paradise Valley” feels like the result of John Mayer sitting at home bored on a Sunday afternoon.
The unfortunate thing about No Age’s lo-fi, drum-and-guitar style is it can be an all-or-nothing endeavor.
Rarely does a band’s name so appropriately describe a music act’s internal struggles as well as it does for The Civil Wars.
Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett again has stepped out on his own for a second album with his side project, Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants.