Tyler’s third studio effort is a layered, abrasive, insightful, earnest, audacious, and well-produced collection of rap.
Small Talk emerges from Lyon’s studio with ‘Us Kids,’ an EP that moves the band forward with an immersive production of trippy grooves.
Flowers’ obsession with sweeping synths and lyrical cliches has marred the rock band’s essence. And it’s only getting worse.
Tame Impala keeps the psychedelic coming, Rihanna wants her money, and HBO’s ‘Girls’ gets a St. Vincent promo.
Indie (and marital) duo Matt and Kim release an album fit for those indie dance parties all these young people are having these days.
Sufjan Stevens’ ‘Carrie & Lowell’ offers a peek into the singer’s childhood without forgoing his traditional acoustic sound.
The direction of Zayn Malik and his former band mates ultimately lies apart. The group’s most talented vocalists moves on.