“Crush on Me” is a brief, fast-paced pop album that looks beyond the genre’s normal tropes.
With their lively tunes and artistic lyrics, Young the Giant really put on a show this weekend at The Blue Note.
Grande’s fifth studio album boasts messages of self-love and a subtle tribute to late Mac Miller.
The “Alaska” songwriter’s major-label debut shows the breadth of her artistic skills and pulls in new influences.
The London-based genre bender releases another exceptional album.
Aesop Rock and Tobacco merge their own distinctive sounds as Malibu Ken into an album that embodies the notion of “off-kilter.”
Using soulful samples and introspective lyrics, Earl Sweatshirt creates a deeply personal album that shows his individuality as an artist.
‘Skins,’ set to be released Dec. 7, disregards victims of the artist’s abuse and turns a blind eye to his controversial personality.
Paak’s new album is one of his funkiest yet but has too many skippable tracks to stand out in his discography.
“Bohemian Rhapsody,” a Queen biopic released Nov. 2, shows all parts of the life of Freddie Mercury and how the band rose to international superstardom.
Smino experiments with sound throughout his new album to explore his versatility as an artist.
The band’s fourth studio album covers a range of harsh and slow songs.
The pop singer pays homage to the sound of her recent album, “Sweetener,” while sharing candid messages of self-love and healing.
Are we becoming too accepting of violence and abuse for the sake of enjoying music, movies and art?
“Super Sunset” shows some bold ideas from an artist who has yet to hit her stride.
The supergroup’s debut EP showcases the artists’ individual strengths, but doesn’t always resonate as much as their solo work.
Featuring singles “17” and “Birthday Song,” The Greeting Committee’s long-awaited album is an emotionally compelling journey.
While “BALLADS 1” doesn't reach its full potential, it proves Joji will have a great album under his belt soon.
“What Happens When I Try To Relax” buzzes with some of the rapper’s funniest and most personal lyrics yet.
Lauv performed his hit songs “I Like Me Better” and “Paris in the Rain” at The Blue Note on Oct. 14.