Arts Staff Writer Leah Stitzel depicts Lana del Rey’s new album as a “hodgepodge history of sad music.”
Hozier’s ‘Eat Your Young’ Incorporates Political Statements With Catchy Melodies
The Irish music artist adds to his discography songs that play on a combination of both up-tempo sounds and bleak lyrical meanings.
M83 Crafts ’80s Movie Soundtrack With ‘Fantasy’
French electronic music group M83’s album Fantasy is one of the best ’80s movie soundtracks, and it doesn’t even come with a movie.
JAWNY’s Debut Album Shows Off His Pop Star Potential
‘Its Never Fair, Always True’ album shows off the new artist’s ability for storytelling through pop sounds.
Gorillaz’s ‘Cracker Island’ Adds a Sense of Tranquility to the Alternative Indie Genre
‘Cracker Island’ has a soothing air that differentiates it from the rest of Gorillaz’s alt indie albums.
Gracie Abrams Questions Love and Past Relationships on ‘Good Riddance’
Pop singer Gracie Abrams’ ‘Good Riddance’ EP explores themes of tumultuous relationships and holding responsibility when they fail.
Rihanna Shines in Super Bowl Halftime Show, Her First Live Performance Since 2018
After five years, Rihanna returns to stage with a fierce performance for the Super Bowl’s Halftime Show.
P!nk Addresses Trust and Love on New Album, ‘TRUSTFALL’
P!ink’s ‘TRUSTFALL’ is a thematic album about learning how to trust and love through the ups and downs of life.
Paramore Shows its Age with New Album ‘This is Why’
Paramore’s ‘This is Why’ impresses with explosive highs through some songs but fails to provide anything exciting in others.
Tennis’ New Album Combines Genres, References Past Decades
Indie duo Tennis released a new album that experiments with instruments and airy vocals that create a unique sound.