Prince makes up for lost time with Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum.
This Is All Yours is what Kid A might’ve sounded like had it been created by Sigur Rós.
U2 perversely takes musical cues from acts it has famously influenced—Coldplay, The Killers and Arcade Fire.
This album proves that brevity can be a serious handicap.
The post-punkers’ immersive atmosphere resurfaces—and so does the grand but harnessed drama of 'Bright Lights' and 'Antics.'
Whatever the financial benefits of being back out there, it puts their mythology at risk, and the results are somewhat mixed.
Ryan Adams is a focused, well-crafted collection of rock ’n’ roll.
Sometimes being prolific isn't always a great thing.
It's like a soundtrack from a childhood filled with video games and anime.
Plant's restraint makes this one of his most passionate works.
It's not instantly accessible, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
It picks up from last year’s 'Cyclops Reap' writing-wise, but in a less fuzzy, less fragmented sonic environment.
Petty is often at his best when he’s telling a story, but there’s not enough of that present.
Thanks to sturdy songwriting, this easily ranks among Lewis' best projects to date.
The Mozzer sounds artistically engaged on his stunning 10th solo album