A simultaneously fun and uplifting soundtrack, Passion Pit’s “Kindred” is a softer story of growth and renewal.
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 alternative rock group reshapes the theatricality that made it famous, forging an album from its once niche sound.
In a surprise release, Kendrick Lamar’s third album, ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ details pain and passion while adopting a more difficult and inaccessible sound.
The band keeps its high brow lyrics but moves away from their popular, indie-folk in search of a more universal style.
Madonna has some fun inserting herself into the next generation, though mostly at her own expense.
Kelly Clarkson fails to shed her ‘American Idol’ image and offers the same pop-inspired power ballads in her newest album ‘Piece by Piece.’
The rare indie pop album with a rambunctious brass section.