‘The Basement Tapes’ series features both complete and unfinished tracks, giving listeners an inside look into Dylan’s artistry.
Classic rock band Led Zeppelin releases remastered editions of ‘IV’ and ‘Houses of the Holy,’ both featuring new tracks.
Twenty years after Weezer’s iconic self-titled debut, the band tries (and fails) to reconnect with old fans.
British quintet The History of Apple Pie hints at its potential for musical innovation on ‘Feel Something,’ but falter’s in the album’s execution.
OneRepublic pays tribute to a fan with Cystic Fibrosis in the new inspirational music video for “I Lived.”
The Radiohead lead singer has somewhat improved from his first solo venture, but his second record lacks cohesion.
U2 tries to stay relevant with its free iTunes release of ‘Songs of Innocence.’
After more than 20 years, Train has finally taken the mainstream route with its latest record.
Indie-rock band Delta Spirit showcases instrumental skills while addressing social issues on its new album ‘Into the Wide.’
The popular rock group successfully teams with Capitol Records for a more experimental sound on its latest album.