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.
Featuring the New York sextet, yMusic, Folds presents an orchestral, lyrical album that both soothes and excites the soul.
Blink-182 fans may appreciate DeLonge’s pop-punk, b-side album, but few others will genuinely enjoy it.