Church takes on both country and R&B in this dynamic, ambitious project.
Coldplay evolves, embracing electronic and techno styles, but ultimately disappoints with the derivative pop-rock formula.
Adele stakes her claim. ’25’ is a revival album, and it’s as much a tribute to love well-lost as it is to the traitorous act of getting older.
English alternative-rock band Editors substitutes an overwhelmingly melancholy sound for something more hopeful, but still, you know, ominous.
Drake and Future recorded ‘What a Time to Be Alive’ in nine days at the heights of their collective power.
The Scottish synth band’s second record ‘Every Open Eye’ is a polished and personal maturation for the band.
‘Honeymoon’ is a sonic and emotional maturation for Lana Del Rey, though she’s still as mysterious as ever.